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Thanksgiving Day and the beginning of a long stretch of Nano writing, which is why I have the current icon. That's how I feel.

My fantasy anthology, GreenSpell, is now an ebook. *happy dance* Mr. Harding Proposes will shortly join it. I have an author page on the site and a page for the book, and there was a press release to a lot of Yahoo groups. I will put that under a cut, and at the end of it are the URLs for the book and for me.

Writers Exchange is thrilled to announce our latest fantasy anthology.
One of the short stories in this anthology was originally published in
Marion Zimmer Bradley's "Sword and Sorceress" anthology series....

TITLE: Greenspell: A Fantasy Anthology
Author: Kathy Ann Trueman
GENRE: Fantasy/Anthology
ISBN: 9781921314407

A sorceress unravels a spell and gets a result she never expected; a
young girl wins a contest and gets to speak with a god; a secret vampire
fears she'll be blamed for the depredations of another of her kind; a
minstrel travels with a witch who has a pair of very unusual cart horses
- these are what the reader will find in this anthology of fantasy short
stories. Although each story is different, they have one thing in common
- they all feature female protagonists.

This anthology includes "The Sow's Ear", which was originally published
in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword and Sorceress anthology series.

PRICE: $4.95

FORMATS: PDF, PDB (Palm), HTML, LIT (Microsoft Reader), PRC
(Unencrypted Mobipocket), RB (Rocket 1100), IMP (Gemstar
1150/Ebookwise), IMP (Gemstar 2150/Rocket 1200)

Author Page:

Book Page: http://www.readerseden.com/product.php?productid=644

RELEASE DATE: 21 November 2007

And speaking of ebooks, I have a new lust... not a harem member, but a technology thing. If you haven't seen it, check out Amazon's new ebook reader, Kindle (check it out here). With something like this around, and all the books they have converted to ebooks, maybe ebooks will finally enter the market. I sure hope so! I've already made one sale with GreenSpell, and it would be great if I could get a few more.


Happy Thanksgiving, dear!
Congrats with the e-book. I suppose I'm oldschool and like an actual book in my hand rather than printing off/reading off a screen for hours, but that's just me. LOL, I guess the net is really changing the way we handle all media, not just the visual ones.
I'm old school myself. I love the feel of a book. What I like about ebooks is the same thing I like about my MP3 player, which is that it's easy to travel with and you can carry a lot of them around with you. I can't read off a regular computer screen for any length of time, so I am hoping that we get more ereader things like the Kindle in the market.
Congratulations! This is great news!