That's almost as sad as trying to convince the forum he makes a living selling his art.
Which is rather telling. He spends a lot of time telling us how intelligent he is and how he is expert on so many topics yet he has never offered up anything to how for all this greatness. He used to say that he is so well read in science that he has quest lectured at universities...
Quiller,Congrats to our conservative forum member for writing a book. I don't know of any other forum that can boast of this event about one of it's members. Good luck with your (hopefully) next offering. I'm presently waiting on hubbie to install my windows version of the kindle reader and will get back to you with my humble opinion of your book.
Book mark this page, so you don't lose it.
May I say in all humility and good spirit, bookmark THIS page.... http://www.amazon.com/Lundens-Game-ebook/dp/B00B85OSV8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360133584&sr=8-1&keywords=lunden%27s+gameMany thanks to Solar for his unsolicited decision to give me this "bump" on the CPF poli board. Even more thanks to those who bought the book or commented here.
Thanks. To answer your question elsewhere, I'm contractually bound until Spring with only the Amazon Kindle version, and free to explore paperback and other formats after that. Several print-on-demand outfits exist, or I can just put my year of working for a book printer to work and design, print and market the work myself. I haven't decided.FWIW, the E-book trend is now the fastest-growing segment of modern publishing. Print-on-demand is also gaining ground, with Kodak reportedly about to launch a series of kiosk operations nationwide, all working off --- you guessed it --- E-books.Kindle's e-reader for Windows is actually quite good, allowing you to format the line-lengths to paperback size, or change the type to your own preferences. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by it.
No problem. We've also decided to drop our cut to 98.5%....
Good luck with slipping that past N.
Oh... I meant 98.5% of the 1.5% she lets him keep.....
I have tragic news. A thread about Quiller's book in the LNF has caused an unrepairable rift between Fuddy and little Ricky. I fear they will never write poetry together again.
Quiller, I think this was totally the way to go. I'm going to pull down a copy when I get some time. I'm not a fiction guy, but I read the first few pages and am already intrigued enough to want to finish it.....Who are some authors that have influenced you? (Ricky doesn't count....)