Interview and giveaway at Book’d Out

There are a review and an interview with a giveaway at  Book’d Out. The giveaway is for a signed print copy of the Australian edition of Danann Frost Falls from Grace, and is open internationally.

Shelleyrae’s a smart lady, a voracious reader and frequently has something interesting and insightful to say about the books she reads – her Book’d Out blog is definitely worth a look . You can also find her at goodreads, along with her impressively large bookshelf.

$2.99 ebooks – for a limited time

In celebration of some upcoming reviews, interviews and giveaways, we have deep discounts on ebooks at Amazon, Lulu, and the Apple. For a limited time – at least until the end of October, and possibly longer, depending on reader response – we’ve priced the ebook version of Danann Frost Falls from Grace through those three stores at US$2.99*

If you have a Kindle or the Kindle App, you can get the Kindle-native version from Amazon. If you have one of these bits of hardware or software, you can get the Adobe Digital Editions ePub version from Lulu. If you have an iPad, get it here or through the iBookstore (iPad only at this stage, but if you have a ‘Phone or ‘Pod you can use either the the Kindle App with the kindle version or any of the apps mentioned here with the one from Lulu).

*Amazon have the “not from here tax” of $2 on non-US and non-UK purchases to cover “wireless delivery costs”, which is a bit rich if the only wireless involvement in the transaction is between your home router and your Kindle. But then, if you have a wifi-only Kindle and aren’t from the US or UK, you already knew that anyway… and have probably been as annoyed by it as we have.

ebooks – available now.

Well, we’ve been busy. Joanne does the writing, I do the technical and business and marketing stuff… and the business side has been busy lately, particularly with learning more about how to be an ebook publisher. And, like traditional publishers, we need distributors – there are lots of them out there, and some of them are easier to deal with than others. For now, we’ve settled on Amazon, Kobo and Lulu as these three together give us access to the most significant digital marketplaces.

Danann Frost Falls from Grace is now available for the Kindle, as well as Adobe Digital Editions ePub from Lulu, Kobo Books, Borders Australia, Angus & Robertson and undoubtedly many other places that have branded ebookshops provided by Kobo. Oh, and of course there’s iTunes/iBooks for the iPhone and iPad and iPod Touch.

So… if you’ve got a Kindle, something shiny from apple or one of these devices or applications, there’s somewhere you can get a digital copy of Danann Frost Falls from Grace – and it’s probably a store you’re already comfortable with.