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Well, folks finally joined the e-book community.
Published a Roman adventure on Kindle! Dirt cheap but readable.
You can get the book, called 'Judas Scrolls' here:
It's a bit of a wild romp but does have some serious undercurrents.
A critique from a Scribendi editor said:
"painted a vivid picture with thoughtful characters and clever story development."
Try it!
Can't help wondering whether it's impatience or laziness which makes a writer publish his own books, but hell, why wait?

1 Comment to Cheap and easy:

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Elisa on 11 April 2011 22:35
Impatience or laziness? I have both of those, in spades, but I think it's also vanity (well for me, anyhow!) ...can't help wondering whether I just vastly overestimate my own brilliance. Perhaps if I were more patient, I'd eventually get a "yes" letter from a publisher. Or perhaps if I contacted more publishers.
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