Spring, Books, and Prices

Last week, Smashwords had a sale in celebration of ebooks. I must admit, the idea has inspired me. I think it would be a grand idea to keep my books at a special price for a while longer.

But what to celebrate? St. Patrick’s Day? Wait, who? A Catholic saint? Not on this blog, sorry. But there’s the general “Irish is cool” sentiment, with which I totally agree. I’ve been looking up Guinness recipes all day.

Let’s not forget that next week is also Ostara, aka the Spring Solstice. That’s totally worth a celebration! Ostara always calls for more Guinness, too. Along with the seeds, eggs, and garden-blessing (and boy, could my garden use blessing!).

So! In honor of All Things Irish, and in honor of Spring: I give you a sale. I know, I know. Don’t blame me, I can’t help it – I’m American. Do you want the sale or not?

Okay then. For the next I haven’t decided how long, all of my ebooks will be $2.99. Buy them from Amazon, Smashwords, or Kobo, they’ll be $2.99.  It may take a bit of time for the new price to trickle down to Apple, B&N, or other places, but I think if you order them through Smashwords, you’ll get the sale price.

For the record, the books on sale are:

The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder (I’m cheating because this one has always been $2.99)
The Time Travel Journals: Bridgebuilders
Moon Over Donamorgh

And for you lovely, lovely people who already bought my books at the higher price?


And I’m not going to leave you to suffer. Come back tomorrow and I’ll post about a contest just for you.

Happy Spring!


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