If you’ve been waiting for our latest anthology to show up in your favorite store, then the time has come!
I’ve updated all the links on the official web page. Paperbacks at Amazon and CreateSpace. Ebooks have arrived in just about every store on the planet, including the subscription reading services Scribd and Oyster.
Today, March 7th, is the last day of the Read An Ebook Week sale at Smashwords. Click any book cover below to see its page on Smashwords.
Today, March 1st, brings the beginning of another annual Smashwords promotion: Read An Ebook Week. Once more we are participating in this event, and we hope you’ll join us. There’s a lot of discounted books on the Smashwords website all week long, until the 7th of March. During this promotion, you can grab completely free copies of Scribings, Vol 1 and The Sol-Bect War, Part 1. All of our other books are discounted at 50% off, so each can be yours for only $1.50 each this week.
Scribd and services like it have frequently been explained as “Netflix for ebooks,” and I feel this is a fair description. They have a lot of ebooks and you can read what you want for a single flat fee (currently $8.99 a month for Scribd).
While writing my post yesterday about my word count statistics, I ran some other numbers through the ol’ spreadsheet and came up with some other interesting facts. I made these word count statistics by highlighting the actual stories, so if you compare to word counts at places like Smashwords, it won’t match up… I didn’t want to include things like copyright text and author biographies in these counts.
- As a company, Lost Luggage Studios has published 12 books so far, for a total of 770,677 words… that’s about 4,000 words less than the Bible!
- The Terran Shift universe now consists of more than half of a million published words… 541,973 to be exact.
- The Scribings anthology series contains 149,461 words and will be closer to 200,000 when we publish Volume 4 in June.
- Including Scribings, the Terran Shift anthologies, and How Mal 780, we’ve published 291,772 words of short stories.
- Our fantasy world, Palamar, currently only has 12,286 published words… but that’s going to change by 2015 for sure. It should almost double when Dappil Goes to Hell comes out in Scribings, Volume 4 in June.