Some Announcements

First and Foremost: Perseus Corbett and the Forbidden Valley is still on track for release this Friday…at least in Kindle Edition. The paperback will be likely delayed a few days, as I’m waiting for a proof-copy to come in to make sure it looks all right.

Another Announcement: I’m enacting an across-the-board price-cut in all my works for sale. I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, because I think, in my ignorance, I priced a lot of them too high initially (not because I think there is anything wrong with the content, mind, but simply as compared to other works of similar size). So, the pricing will now be:

The Wisdom of Walt Disney: $1.99 for Kindle, $4.99 for Paperback

The Walk Home and Other Tales of Suspense: $1.99 for Kindle, $4.99 for Paperback

The Ten Commandments of Murder: $2.99 for Kindle, $5.99 for Paperback

Spring and Fall in the Old Dark House: $0.99 for Kindle, $3.99 for Paperback

-And Perseus Corbett and the Forbidden Valley will be priced at: $3.99 for Kindle, $9.99 for Paperback (it’s considerably larger than any of the others)

My sincere apologies to those who have bought the books at the higher prices: I’ll do my best to avoid this sort of thing in the future.

Oh, and Amazon has a delay on any changes, so depending on when you read this it may not have taken effect yet, fyi.

A Much Less Pleasant Announcement: Tuscany Bay has unfortunately shut down, which means that the Planetary Anthology Series will not longer be available in print or Kindle form (as of this writing, it is still available in audio form, however, which is where the links in the side menu will now take you). If you’ve bought print copies, hold onto them, because they might be valuable someday.

Thanks to Richard Paolinelli and everyone there for the opportunity to be part of this series!

And a Final Announcement: I’m going to be taking a break from every day blogging for a while. I know this will be a tragic loss to you all, but frankly I feel the need for a break. Posts coming, but ‘as they come’ rather than every day.

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