I have some excellent news that if you are on my FB you probably already know. I meant to tell you yesterday, but it kind of got lost in my sleepless night. After three weeks in the sun, A Perfect Blood has fallen off the printed list of the NYT, but as a complete surprise, Dead Witch Walking has shown up! Due to the spotlight over at B &N and the special pricing that goes along with it, not to mention you guys taking advantage of it to build your e-library or gift them to others to get them hooked, Dead Witch Walking actually popped in at #12 on the fiction e-book NYT list, and #22 on the e-book, paper combined NYT list. To say I was surprised is like saying Jenks likes honey. I have to thank you all for it. I was dancing!!
The special pricing that prompted this ends Sunday, so this is the last time I’ll be able to tell you about it. (links below to purchase) But I also want to tell you about the new service from the indie booksellers. They now have a platform for you to purchase e-books as well for Android and iOS. Find out how, here. I’m really excited for them, as it gives your local stores a new way to compete.
Kobo Kobo especially is kind of cool because you can read it on just about anything, so if there is someone you are trying to get hooked on the Hollows, this might be it. (The first one is almost free. -laugh-)
I feel like I’ve forgotten something, but if I remember, I’ll repost. Have a great weekend. It’s supposed to cool down a bit here. I hope so. Spring is going way too fast.
One more thing! I’ve got a link to a very “this is how Kim talks” kind of interview about the Hollows being optioned by CW that I made while out at Dark Delicacies. Check it out. I sound a bit like a flake, but then I sort of am. -laugh- Interview with Kim Harrison on Hollows Option