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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.

    --Brian.

    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...
    http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/38205-cybersp-ce

    Trailer...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W-UKhPcUs4Cyberspace.jpg
  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...

    http://bookpinning.com/
  5. What an Event!



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

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  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: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A1TR85K

    Cheers
  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: http://www.beammeuppodcast.com:80/be...l-dave-sholes/

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