Yeah, still working deep in the innards. Fixed a Ghods of Plot problem today. Ahhhh. That’s better.
For those writers who read here, and who may not have seen it elsewhere — Publisher Fitzhenry & Whiteside is apparently given to creative interpretation of contract language, and professes to believe that they have the right to refuse to honor contract terms on whim. Doranna Durgin, who is a very nice person, a skilled writer, and who really doesn’t need this sort of nonsense explains all.
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Remember that the Calamity’s Child special October eBook sale is still going on. For one slim payment of ninety-nine cents, you can download two Lee-and-Miller stories to the eReader of your preference.
Also! If you’re thinking about giving somebody a Nook, or a Kindle, or, heck, a tablet computer for the upcoming holidays — why not pre-load it with reading material? I’m thinking specifically Lee and Miller reading material, naturally, but generalizing from the specific also works. Yes, it is a good idea. You’re welcome.
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For Lee and Miller, and Lee, eNovels in the format of your choice, you want Baen Webscriptions.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled blog, where Yr Hmbl Hostess is about to push the publish button, get off this infernal machine, and go read a book.
Everybody have a good evening.
Tomorrow is Monday.
And I don’t care!