The last of the Lauren Laurano books is finished. Gonna Take A Homicidal Journey This is the fifth book in the series. I have no plans to put up any of my other back list books, so I'm really done with this project. I rushed to finish because I was expecting my toy (Ipad) and it arrived yesterday morning. Do I love it? I do. But there's a lot to learn. Patience is not my long suit, in case you haven't noticed.
I've also lowered the price on the Jack Early/Sandra Scoppettone books to 99 cents each. They are:
A Creative Kind of Killer
Donato & Daughter
The whole experience of turning my novels into E-books has been boring, exciting, wonderful, mind numbing and necessary. Why necessary? Because the idea of having new readers is important to me. The Laurano series began before some of these new readers were born. Same with the others.
I started this project back in January when I sent my books to be scanned. I think I put up my first book in February. I had no idea when I started it would take this long. There were a few times along the way that I wanted to quit, but I had a friend, Consuelo Saah Baehr, a wonderful writer, who had gotten me into this thing by constant nagging! When I wanted to throw in the towel she simply wouldn't let me. Thank you, Consuelo.
From the front.
And from the back.
I think of this as my store.
As far as writing another book....I'll never say never. But if I do you'll find it as an Ebook and in no other form.
A side note. When I was proofing one of the books I got down to the last 10 pages and still didn't know who did it! Maybe it's my memory...or something worse, but whatever it is I find it fascinating. I hope you'll give some of these books a shot.
I'm not going anywhere. I'll be posting from time to time.
Maybe I'll start to rant.