Posts Tagged ‘Deals’

What Doesn’t Kill Her Kindle Daily Deal, Four More Kindle Deals Through Friday, and MUCH More

Saturday, November 30th, 2013

First up, What Doesn’t Kill Her is the Kindle Daily Deal for $1.99. This marks the first time it’s been on sale, so don’t miss it!

I also received word on a Perfect Crime Books Kindle sale this week—the following four books are only 99 cents for three days, then over the rest of the week, the price will incrementally rise back up.

Looking around, it seems ALL of Al’s Perfect Crime books are currently on sale — either $2.99 or $3.99, AND everything Thomas and Mercer is between $1.99 and $3.99 as well. I’m not sure how long these deals will last, but you might want to pay attention to the “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought” section for the others or just look through his Kindle books and go hog wild.

And one more thing — through Sunday, coupon code BOOKDEAL will give 30% off (up to $10 off) any single

Crying “Wolf”

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

“Wolf,” the second of my horror-tinged radio plays for Fangoria’s Dreadtime Stories, is available for a free listen right here, all through January. Producer Carl Amari, as usual, did a great job.

Amazon is making a number of the Nate Heller novels available on Kindle at bargain prices, for a limited time. Steal of the deal is STOLEN AWAY at $1.99. A number of others are available for well under their usual eight bucks or so, for example…

Also, the first four Quarry novels from Perfect Crime are finally available on e-book. All five are available at Amazon at $4.99.

Perfect Crime’s Nolan reprints are imminent, and received a nice advance notice from the Violent World of Parker.

I’ve done a number of interviews lately, but this one from Comic Book Resources – which is slight comics-centric – strikes me as one of the best. It was an actual phone interview (not an e-mail one) and the interviewer asked solid questions and my answers don’t stink up the joint. Give it a look.

I am also proud to announce that in a forum choosing the best Batman writer of all time, I am coming in with a perfect score: zero. That really hurts, or it would if my BATMAN issues hadn’t sold so well.

Ron Fortier, himself a keen pulpmeister, had nice things to say about CHICAGO LIGHTNING.

Finally, I’d like to share a few photos from our recent trip to St. Louis, where we visited the Star Trek exhibit at the St. Louis Science Center. Consider carefully the shot of me channeling my inner Shatner – new author photo, you think?

Star Trek Experience
Star Trek Experience


Chicago Lightning on Kindle for $0.99 (Today Only)

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011
Chicago Lightning

I’m thrilled to announce that M.A.C. has again been featured over at Amazon’s daily Kindle deals with the complete collection of Nathan Heller short stories, CHICAGO LIGHTNING, on sale for 99 cents. There’s thirteen short stories spanning Heller’s career, and since my computer science degree came with four years of math classes, I can work that out to less than eight cents per story.

This sale is one day only, today (Wednesday), so act fast. If you do miss it, you should still check it out — Amazon sometimes extends the sale with a reduced-but-over-one-dollar price.

Anyway, my father let me borrow the audiobook (masterfully read by by Dan John Miller) and I still bought a copy without hesitation, so there’s no excuse not to grab it while you can.

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And if you enjoy CHICAGO LIGHTNING, please post a review either on Amazon or your own blog; it really does help us out.

One more thing: Happy Thanksgiving!