KU subscribers and Amazon Prime members rejoice! Or at least give each other a high five. All of my short indie fiction is now back home on KU. Grab them all here. “But wait, Jean,” longtime readers might be thinking, “didn’t you just take them all out of KU at the start of this … More Midnight Snacks and Other Short Stories Now Available on Kindle Unlimited!
I had wanted to write an actual blog post for the back half of this week, but it turns out that after a week of writing and pitching freelance articles, I just don’t have the brain power for anything too thinky. Normally when that happens I would just update you on how the book is … More Friday Links: Weeping Women, Horror-Writing Robots, and Ghostly Novels
I used to have a recurring dream about visiting an amusement park. The park in my dream was a bit of a drive to get to but still close enough to be considered local. It wasn’t recognizable as any park I’d ever been to in real life, yet these dreams were so vivid that whenever … More Story Inspiration: Eucha Falls
Not even the prospect of free giant screen TVs could get me to leave the house this weekend during the post-holiday shopping frenzy. If you share my aversion to Black Friday, good news! You don’t have to leave the house to get these deals–and it’ll give you something to read until it’s safe to go … More Book Deals for Black Friday & Cyber Monday and Beyond
It’s on! From now through Sunday, ALL books by yours truly are discounted in the Kindle store in ALL global marketplaces. All titles that are regularly $2.99 or up are discounted to .99 cents/pence in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia (and also significantly reduced in non-English-speaking markets as well) — this includes Restless … More Annual October Supersale! Now through this Sunday — All titles 99 cents or FREE!
Wake the kids and phone the neighbors: today through this Saturday, my horror novellette, Eucha Falls, is free on Amazon.com! The description: A year following her brother’s mysterious disappearance, Melanie Fisher is determined to get answers. Her quest takes her to the site of an abandoned amusement park, where she finds a lost video camera … More Free for the Kindle: Eucha Falls
We’re already halfway done with October and I’m just now finding time to tell my readers about my annual month-long Halloween book sale. That… is not an effective way to sell books. At any rate, all of my e-books are only 99 cents all month long, everywhere that they’re sold. They’re also marked down on … More Halloween Book Sale!
Quick update to let everyone know that Eucha Falls is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It’s a short story on the longer side coming in at just under 10,000 words (Amazon says that translate to 39 pages of print, but that’s irrelevant in an e-book). Here’s the official description: A year following … More Launching Today! Read Eucha Falls for 99 Cents
Good news for anyone who has been waiting to read my pseudo-Slenderman, loosely creepypasta inspired, haunted amusement park story Eucha Falls: the wait is almost over! The bad news is that the anthology to which it’s been under submission for the last several months politely declined its inclusion (I received a very polite rejection signed … More Updates on Eucha Falls and the Steampunk Cyborg Short
Here’s a quick and random Friday Five to update everyone on what’s happening in my corner of the writing and publishing world. 1. Last Friday, I submitted Eucha Falls to a horror anthology for consideration. As of today, their submission tracking system says it’s #705 in the queue and their average response time is 20 days. And … More Five Writing News Tidbits On a Friday.