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  1. Cold Days - no book, no spoilers

    by , November 29th, 2012 at 10:59 PM (Snappy Blog Title TK)
    I couldn't spoil the book for you folks if I wanted to. I haven't read chapter one of the preview even, and apparently my book is arriving by quadriplegic hobbit. They took a full day to package the book after I bought it. Wake up Barnes and Noble! Amazon would get it in a box on the same dang day.

    Why me?

    Let alone the new format and spending ten minutes trying to find... create new post.


    I'd rather be reading Cold Days. Dangit. ...
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  2. Chance to win a free, pre-release paperback copy of my novel, Cybersp@ce!

    Here's an opportunity to win a free, pre-release, paper copy of Jeff W. Horton's techno-thriller novel, Cybersp@ce, which is now scheduled for a 1/1/2013 release date. There is also a second link that will take you to the trailer.

    Goodreads giveaway...

  3. A Holiday Treat

  4. Cybersp@ce is Book of the Day and I'm Author of the Day on BookPinning-Take a look...

    Cybersp@ce is Book of the Day and I'm Author of the Day on BookPinning-Take a look...
  5. What an Event!

    What a fantastic event!
    Check out more on Rob Sanders Speculative Fiction.

  6. Just made my "Soldier of the Brell" novella free on Amazon for 2 days

    by , November 6th, 2012 at 10:54 PM (David Scholes Blog)
    I've enrolled it in KDP Select and made it a free download from Amazon from 12.01am Wed 7 November (US Pacific Time) for 2 days.

    This should be the link:

  7. A Sequel to my Trathh story just podcast on the Beam Me Up Podcast Site

    by , November 4th, 2012 at 03:50 AM (David Scholes Blog)
    Just listened to the Beam Me Up Podcast site's podcast of my second Trathh story. Narrated by Paul Cole who is a very, very good narrator. I even managed a little bit of a "sniffle" as it is rather sad.

    This should be the link to the podcast. The Trathh sequel story starts about 37 minutes into the one hour podcast:

    Something tells me though that we haven't heard the last of Trathh. ...