Posts Tagged: amazon

Quality control

Size does matter.

I’m an Amazon convert. Although I have been doing mail order and online ordering for years without reservation, I tended to be dubious about Amazon, keeping more to the eBay’s of the world.

This may have had … Read the rest

Filling in the blanks

This past weekend, I stopped into a small jewelry store to get the lobster clasp on my chain repaired. In reality, these things are never “repaired”, they are replaced and, being gold, it’s actually a pretty penny.

It’s a chain … Read the rest

Just an old-fashioned love song

(yes, they were one of my favorite bands)

I’ve made no secret of my difficulty in getting into e-books. Reading them, that is.

There’s just something so antiseptic about reading from a little flat glass screen. Sure, I got the … Read the rest

Dispensing with the nonsense

Continuing on with my unintended but apparently thematic week, now it’s time to discuss my endlessly thwarted efforts to provide a stylistically and color-coordinated match for my guest bathroom in that most critical of items – the soap dispenser.

Now … Read the rest

Recommended reading

There are a lot of books in the world. Lots.

So many, that it is impossible anyone can read them all in one lifetime. Add in the recent upswell in self-published books and you have an enormous (and potentially confounding) … Read the rest

Making good

We’re inching ever closer to the completion of the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures trilogy.

Yes, the books have been completely written (and rewritten) for some weeks now.  Yes, the books have been submitted, accepted and processed.  Yet still…

What Now? is … Read the rest

Back open for business

After an extended absence for remodeling, What if? is back up for sale in both paperback and e-book forms.

Amazon and Booklocker already have their listings updated.  Barnes & Noble and Apple take a little longer.

For those of you … Read the rest

Three out of five is fine with me

A while back, I was involved in a discussion on the nature and desire for reviews with other self-published/indie authors.  A common theme was that any rating below four stars (using the Amazon rating system as the barometer) was a … Read the rest

Where did that come from?

That’s weird.

As we all know, What Now?, the final book in the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures trilogy hasn’t been “officially” released.  The revisions I made at the same time as the changes I submitted to Books One and Two are … Read the rest