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Hi Aaron! I'm the woman you ran into at the coffee shop and we talked about my vintage Kindle. How are you?
I'm reading and enjoying your first published eBook. Congrats! It certainly does move along at a fast and entertaining clip... I'm just up to chapter 4 or so (reading you on my Kindle followed right on the heels of the first two books in the "Twilight" series... you're in interesting company with Stephanie Meyer, who writes quite a different sort of novel). Can't wait to find out what happens in yours. I don't suppose there are any vampires in your book, right?
I'd love to talk to you about your epublishing experience. I'm publishing a novel on July 4th - indie book, indie publishing, Independence Day - get it? I'm also starting an electronic publishing business.
eFitzgerald is going to launch by the fall, and will include both "eFresh" and "reFresh" books -- which is to say new material and some books which were tree-published and whose rights have reverted back to the author.
Nice to hear from you! I'm glad you're enjoying Bring Me the Head of the Buddha. Can't wait to hear what you have to say about Hi-5.
July 4th is a fine day to release your e-book, and I'm looking forward to it.
eFiztgerald sounds interesting, too. Yes, lets talk e-publishing. And marketing. Feel free to message me here on the boards or use that email address I gave you.
Tackling everything from a new governmental world order to philosophy, terrorism, religion, and sexual hedonism, Bloom creates a story that moves with lightning speed. Readers will enjoy the absurdist situations and sense of humor in this wacky futuristic romp.
"This novel is like crack...I've turned several of my friends on to it already. Fast paced and fun, throw out everything you think you know about our culture and stand it on its head. Wonderful fantasy and entertaining for everyone! "
Hi Aaron: Fun bumping into you the other day. We seem to hang in the same coffee shops...
Tonight I'm publishing another author's book... and by December I hope to have a poetry book (not by me) and the first two episodes in the Frisky Chronicles... Dreamboat and Stick Shift. Trying to take advantage of the big holiday boom in eReaders!
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