Let's Get Digital: Launches Tomorrow

Tomorrow sees the launch of Let’s Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should. It will be priced at $2.99 on Amazon US, £1.71 on Amazon UK, EUR 2.99 on Amazon DE, and $2.99 on Smashwords for international customers who are affected by the Amazon Surcharge. It will also be available as a free PDF download, right here. Tomorrow, the link to the free download will go live (if you want to be first to hear when it does, please subscribe to the blog or my newsletter). You will see a PayPal Donate button on that page. There will be a note asking anyone who found the free PDF useful to consider leaving a donation of their choice, or Read More…

Let’s Get Digital: Launches Tomorrow

Tomorrow sees the launch of Let’s Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should. It will be priced at $2.99 on Amazon US, £1.71 on Amazon UK, EUR 2.99 on Amazon DE, and $2.99 on Smashwords for international customers who are affected by the Amazon Surcharge. It will also be available as a free PDF download, right here. Tomorrow, the link to the free download will go live (if you want to be first to hear when it does, please subscribe to the blog or my newsletter). You will see a PayPal Donate button on that page. There will be a note asking anyone who found the free PDF useful to consider leaving a donation of their choice, or Read More…

Transfection Released Across The World

My second release – Transfection – is a technothriller with old-school sci-fi undertones. A molecular biologist is on the run, but he doesn’t know who wants him dead… or why. I only uploaded Transfection a couple of hours ago, but it’s already for sale on Amazon! For only $0.99! Here’s a quick taste of what you get for $0.99: Molecular biologist Dr. Carl Peters is under pressure on two fronts: his research grants are disappearing and his marriage is falling apart. But when medical researchers discover that genetically modified animal feed has tainted the food chain, he finally gets the funding he always dreamed of. Dr. Peters discovers the reason behind the cancer link with GM food, but it’s so crazy, he Read More…

If You Go Into The Woods – On Sale Now For 99 Cent

I have some exciting news. I set up my own publishing company – Arriba Arriba Books – to publish my short stories as e-books for $0.99 each. You can read them on your laptop, computer, iPhone, smartphone, iPad, or e-reader. The first release – IF YOU GO INTO THE WOODS – is available now from Amazon. I have a special deal to kick things off – two stories for the price of one – both creepy tales set in a world that’s not quite right. Here’s a quick taste of what you get for $0.99: 

Exciting News & Great Early Reviews – The Short Story America Anthology, Volume 1

I have some exciting news. A few months back Short Story America chose one of my stories to appear in their Anthology of their Best Stories of 2010. The hardback edition was released today. My story that was chosen is called Into The Woods. The collection is a monster: 56 stories in total – 544 pages – which should keep you going for a while. I’ve read a few of the other stories in the collection and they are excellent. There are paperback, e-book, and audio (both MP3 and CD) versions planned for later in the year, but this hardback version is a limited edition, signed by the editor T.D. Johnston (while stocks last). Here are some early reviews:

Exciting News & Great Early Reviews – The Short Story America Anthology, Volume 1

I have some exciting news. A few months back Short Story America chose one of my stories to appear in their Anthology of their Best Stories of 2010. The hardback edition was released today. My story that was chosen is called Into The Woods. The collection is a monster: 56 stories in total – 544 pages – which should keep you going for a while. I’ve read a few of the other stories in the collection and they are excellent. There are paperback, e-book, and audio (both MP3 and CD) versions planned for later in the year, but this hardback version is a limited edition, signed by the editor T.D. Johnston (while stocks last). Here are some early reviews: