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    News and Events

    • Welcome to the January edition of the newsletter and Happy New Year. I'm sorry for the delay in putting this newsletter out. has been moving locations and we found ourselves unexpectedly limited in Internet service. We're back to business now in our new digs.

      Christmas of 2009 looked to be the moment when eBook reading devices came of age. I'm excited about the new technologies, even as we scramble to make sure our books can be read in all of the different formats. Because we support standard HTML, just about any of our books can be converted to be read on just about any device, but we also try to provide native support for the most popular reading devices. Increasing support for industry-standard ePub should help (and all of our new books are released in ePub among other choices). Let me know if you have requirements that we don't meet or wish-lists you wish we'd achieve. We'll do our best.

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    • You can buy stuff from our Cafe Press Store (no markup). (Authors, please let me know if you're interested in your own Cafe Press Store. It's free and I'll be happy to help with artwork and to link to it.)
    • If you haven't already done so, check out our videos page. Trailers, video versions, author rants, and just-for-fun entertainment.
    • Available in bookstores? Thanks to an agreement between printers, many of our books (the paperback versions) are now orderable through your local bookstore. Of course, they're also available through Amazon. Authors, you may be able to work with your local bookstore for signings. e-mail me if you have questions.

    Available in January:

    Coming in January, WHO KILLED MICHAEL DOUGLAS, the first in a new hard-boiled mystery series by Michael Paulson. It'll be on sale for only $1.00 on release so check back often. December's Publication:

    HARD LESSONS: TALES FROM THE THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE OF ST. VAN HELSING by Vanessa Knipe. Knipe takes us into a world where evil must be confronted, and where even a washing machine can be possessed. Our special $1.00 pricing ends on January 14 so act quickly if you'd like to take advantage of this special pricing. Our regular affordable price is still only $3.99.

    What our authors are up to

    New Reviews

    We added reviews of the following books during December:


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