Dinosaur Tales, the fourth book in my Dinosaur Wars series, will be released in ebook form for Nook, iTunes, Kobo, Smashwords, and other formats on September 14th. That’s good news.
Better news: you can pre-order the ebook for $2.99 until that day. That’s a savings of $1. Good deal, right?
I’d rush right over to my favorite ebook seller right now. Except, well, I already have a copy. ‘Cause —you know— I wrote it!
And of course, it’s available on Amazon as well. No dollar off deal there because they already had a free giveaway a week or two ago. Sorry if you missed it.
If you have never pre-ordered an ebook before, not to worry. The bookseller takes your order but doesn’t charge you until the date (September 14th in this case) when the book actually becomes available. It’s a good way to be sure your copy is reserved, and that you’ll get a dollar off when it is delivered. Nice.
Ever had one of those days when playing dodge’em with a charging Pachyrhinosaurus longicornus was your only option for a little excitement? Yeah. Me too.
But now you’ve got an alternative. Let Kit Daniels dodge that pachyrhino while you read a book on the beach or by the pool.
Which book? How about a book in which Kit Daniels dodges a pachyrhinosaurus? That could work.
Today and tomorrow, Amazon–the T rex of booksellers–is running a special on my ebook, Dinosaur Tales, in which Kit carries off her spectacular stunt. You can’t beat the price, $0.00. No need to even own a Kindle reader. You can download it to your computer.
No more fretting that the makers of Jurassic World didn’t bother to publish a print version of their film. Now you can get your quota of dinosaur-stomping fiction at no cost. That’s cheap!
And more good news, this time for those who read my books on Nook, iPad, iPhone and other devices: versions for all of those other readers will be released in just a few weeks, with a targeted release date of September 14.
Once again, here’s the link to get Dinosaur Tales from Amazon. Note: Amazon has all kinds of deals including their Kindle Unlimited for free. But look just below that for the tiny little link that says “$0.00 to buy.” That’s the one.
Just got back from the Sonoma Coast of California. Some lovely scenery down there. Here’s an example.
That’s a shot I took looking out over the Pacific’s blue waters on a lovely, otherwise cloudless day. I guess it’s some sort of sun dog painted on top of some whispy clouds.
I seem to be having a run of good luck, weatherwise these days. And this is just one example. I hope everybody gets a bit of this sort of beauty in their worlds from time to time.
Anyway, here’s another look, this time with the low surf in the foreground. It was a peak moment in a generally wonderful day. I wish as much for all of you.