And it’s only a hundred grand.
I can’t for the life of me figure out how to send you a comment! Hope this works. (I don’t use Twitter or Facebook.)
Anyway, I have been a fan of your writing for a long time. I have purchased all of your books in hardback because I wanted them as soon as they came out. I want to say I am really mad about the books/stories you are publishing in e-book or other digital forms. I don’t have a digital reader and so I don’t get to read them. Considering how much I’ve spent on your books over the years I just don’t think that’s fair.
Sal’s Girl, I really appreciate you reading and enjoying the books, and for taking the time to say so here.. It isn’t fair, and I don’t like it any more than you do, but I can’t force publishers to print my books, and I can’t afford to have them printed myself. Unless and until the business changes, this is the way things are. I really am very sorry.
I am not really sorry for Your situation Sal’s Gal. In all honesty I love hardback books for keepers and nothing beats a paperback by a pool or at the beach. E- books are peacekeepers in my home. My husband does not wake up as often to tell me it is late and to stop reading constantly as he did with any number of the short lasting reading lights I’ve purchased thanks to the ability to turn my screen to black background. I’d like to say it saves me money but it isn’t because I am reading more. I have Vince Flynn series, Patricia Cornwell, Pat Conroy and many others that I was too fond of to donate or take to Half Price Books however it is a pain I had to stop because we move often and there is no getting around it, books are heavy. You can always save for a digital or go to the library but surely you shouldn’t be angry because some of us find it to be a great value. Had it not been for my first sample via Amazon, I may never have discovered this authors great works!
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Dana Stabenow is an American author who has produced works in the science fiction, mystery, and suspense/thriller genres. Read more about Dana.
On six acres of view property just outside Homer, Alaska, Storyknife will be one of the very few residencies for women writers in the English-speaking world.
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