Trade paperback edition of “The New Era of Prince Malock” is now available for $16.99!

Hi, everyone!

I am pleased to announce that the trade paperback edition of my newest novel, The New Era of Prince Malock, is now available for sale from CreateSpace and Amazon for $16.99.

If you don’t like buying from CreateSpace or Amazon, don’t worry. Just go to your local bookstore and ask them to order you a copy. They should be able to do it.

Also, if you buy the trade paperback edition new from Amazon, you can get the Kindle ebook version with it absolutely FREE! Since the ebook version is $6.99, I think this is a pretty good deal if you want to get both versions but don’t want to spend $24 for both of them.

“The Return of Prince Malock” Trade paperback version now available on CreateSpace and Amazon!

Hello, my faithful readers!

My newest novel–The Return of Prince Malock, the sequel to June’s The Mad Voyage of Prince Malock–is now available for purchase in trade paperback edition from Annulus Publishing for $15.99 on Amazon and CreateSpace!

If you don’t like to buy from Amazon or CreateSpace, no worries. You can just go to your local indie bookstore and ask them to order it for you.

Also, the print version of the book is enrolled in Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook program. So if you buy a new version of the trade paperback version of The Return of Prince Malock from Amazon, you can get the ebook version for FREE! If that sounds like a good idea to you, then go buy the book from Amazon right now and get your FREE ebook copy with it.

Also, the third book in the Prince Malock World, The New Era of Prince Malock, is still set for a November 2014 release date. Subscribe to my newsletter HERE to be the first to know when it is released!

“The Mad Voyage of Prince Malock” is now enrolled in Kindle MatchBook, and some other news

For those of you who are interested, I just enrolled The Mad Voyage of Prince Malock in Amazon’s Kindle MatchBook program.

For those who don’t know, Kindle MatchBook is a program where if you buy the print version of a book from Amazon, you can get the ebook version either for free or priced at $0.99, $1.99, or $2.99, depending on what the writer/publisher priced it at. I think it’s a pretty neat idea myself, even though I don’t know how often people actually use it.

So if you buy the print version of The Mad Voyage of Prince Malock from Amazon, you can get the ebook version absolutely free. Since the ebook version is currently priced at $7.99, you’re saving that much money when you buy the print version and get the ebook version through MatchBook.

Also, the sequel–titled The Return of Prince Malock– is almost finished. I expected to publish it sometime in late September. After that, I will start work on Book 3 in the Prince Malock World.

You read that right. There will be a third book in the series (currently untitled). I didn’t plan for it to be that way, but the story grew again and I decided to roll with it. I don’t think there will be a Book 4, but if there is, I will make sure to let y’all know.

Also, I have activated the “Ask the Author” section on my Goodreads profile. So if you want to ask me some questions on Goodreads about my books or writing or whatever, go to my profile here.

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Kindle MatchBook: Pretty sure we all saw this coming

I already tweeted about this, but I feel Amazon’s newest program is worth blogging about:

Amazon has rolled out its Kindle MatchBook, a new program that allows customers the option to purchase discounted Kindle Editions of print books that they have purchased new from Amazon. The eBook editions are sold as an add-on purchase. Most cost somewhere between free and $2.99.

I knew they were going to do this eventually. It was inevitable. They already give you the digital versions of songs if you buy the CD. With the popularity of ebooks on the rise, it was only a matter of time before they did something like this. And I approve of it (c’mon, Amazon, I know you were looking for the approval of an obscure blogger whose existence you probably weren’t even aware of. Don’t be bashful).

The only part I don’t like is that you will have to pay for some ebook editions. $2.99 isn’t much, true, and most will probably cost less than that, but it still seems like a rip-off to me. At least you don’t have to pay the same price for the ebook as the print edition.

What do you think? Good, bad, or meh?

-Tim