Myopia: (n) a lack of foresight or discernment: a narrow view of something
Thank you El B. and Beth.
A bargain at twice the price!
Yup, free and worth every penny!
Trying to fool us? You have a picture of the cover right next to the post (on the right hand side) and you tell us to click the cover on the left hand side. What do you suppose happens next?(Hint: Hey, it just made the cover bigger and didn't give us a free copy!) :)All's well, though. Thanks for the preview. If I enjoy it I'll definitely be buying any other books you have written.In other reading news, James Maxey put Bitterwood on the free list today. Another book well worth reading (warning, it's the first of a trilogy and you'll want the other three once you read the first). You can find the link at dragonprophet.blogspot.com or go to Smashwords and do a search.
Hmm. Just discovered that it's only available on Amazon and I have a Nook. Any chance it will be put up elsewhere?Hahahahaha! Also just noticed that you have a little disclaimer right under the picture that says "this is the right side". You rock!
If you drop me an email at email@example.com I'll send you a .PDF. It won't be online anywhere but Amazon in the near term, I'm afraid.
Thanks Bill. I downloaded it off Amazon and am just reading it using the PC app when I am on my computer. Thanks for the offer though. First story was outstanding, btw.
Glad you liked it. Even though Strumplets was always one of my favorites, I have a hard time judging whether others will enjoy or appreciate my rather minimalist narration.If I ever start writing fiction seriously (these were thrown together from a 'phase' I went thru 10 years ago) I need to work on that.
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