Earlier this year I released Cheap Thrills Digest to sell exclusively at live events and through this website, and I’ve been debating whether to make it available through Amazon as well.
I’ve decided to go ahead and do it in the interest of enhancing my Amazon catalog and perhaps goosing my income a little.
The Adventures of Strongarm & Lightfoot – Assassins Brawl: With my editor, still on-track for a September release.
Action Figures – Issue Six: Power Play: Pre-editing revisions are done, in the queue for editing.
Action Figures – Live Free or Die: Pre-editing revisions are done, in the queue for editing.
Action Figures – Issue Seven: The Black End War and Action Figures – Issue Eight: I got some work done on both books, which is good, because last weekend was my last writing weekend for the rest of the month. I’m busy helping my wife out with shows until September, when I’ll be diving back into Assassins Brawl to get that prepped for its release.
Action Figures – Issue One: Secret Origins: Audiobook recording in process.
APPEARANCES and EVENTS
- Sunday, October 2: The Connecticut Renaissance Faire’s 2016 Meet the Author series, which runs from 1 to 3 PM.
- Saturday & Sunday, October 15 & 16: The fall New Bedford Bookfest. Times TBA.
- Saturday, December 10: The OtherWhere Market at Mill No. 5 in Lowell. I will be there, sharing space with my wife.
This week I officially dove back into the world of journalism after nearly three years away. I’ve started doing a little light freelancing for the Worcester Telegram, covering Auburn Board of Selectmen — nothing too glamorous, but it keeps me busy and brings a little extra money in.
2 thoughts on “Weekly Update – August 9, 2016”
Glad to see Cheap Thrills Digest going to Amazon.
Not so much that it is Amazon per se, but because at our age and with our eyesight my wife and I prefer electronic versions so that we can adjust the font size. If I had my ‘druthers (and if maintaining server bandwidth were easier) authors would sell me books I like directly from their websites.
Unfortunately, Cheap Thrills Digest is not going to have an e-book version, at least not for the foreseeable future. I conceived of it as an exclusive item people could only get through this website or from me at public appearances, so there is no e-book version. If I find there is a strong demand for an electronic edition that may change, but at present it remains a print-only item.