The hero isn't always the good guy, or girl.

HUGE WIN! I’m officially wide today.

I just got the notice from Barnes & Noble (and Smashwords*) that Down in Blood is now available through their store. (And while I did have titles in their system previously through a partnership with Amazon, this is directly through them now.)

This is the first of several vendors I am moving my books to.

In short, I’ll be available on the following platforms:

  • Amazon1
  • Barnes & Noble1
  • Kobo
  • Google Play Books
  • Apple Books
  • Overdrive (libraries)
  • Scribd
  • Tolino
  • Bibliotheca
  • Baker & Taylor
  • Hoopla
  • Odilo
  • Vivilio
  • Borrow Box
  • Palace Marketplace
  • Garners
  • Smashwords1

*Smashwords confirmation literally came through as I was writing this post.
1Live as of this publication.

I’ll be updating links and site information as soon as it comes available. You’ll notice there will be changes to the book list and information. Please pardon the dust. A full list of “live” dates in this process was in my newsletter here: August 20th Newsletter

ANYONE who is cash-strapped and an exclusive KU reader should REACH OUT to me directly. I’ll see what I can do for you. I understand your dilemma, trust me. I relied on the public library system for a very long time and it was awful not having access to all the books I wanted to read. In the beginning, KU seemed like a good way to pay authors for their work, and feed my reading habit. But there are options I can offer you now which I couldn’t being tied to their exclusivity clause.

In the meantime, don’t forget I have a newsletter that comes out twice a month and I try to add in free books as often as I can. Subscribe here

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