[NOTE: This entry has been updated (1) as of 9:33 AM Eastern on 24 Jun. See below.]
The spanking new Amazon Kindle edition of my paperback potboiler murder mystery, A Deed of Dreadful Note, is now available in Amazon's online Kindle eBook Store. How much will a copy of this Kindle edition set you back? A whopping $2.99 (I wanted to set the retail price at a neat $1 but Amazon's new pricing schedule won't let me set the price lower than the aforementioned $2.99 [ACD 6/24 - see update below]). The really nifty thing about this Kindle edition of A Deed of Dreadful Note is that you don't have to actually own a Kindle to read it. All you need is your PC or Mac and Amazon's superb Kindle software for computers which can be downloaded for free from Amazon here (Kindle for PC) or here (Kindle for Mac). Dirt-cheap eBook, perfect for beach reading (Happy summer solstice, everyone!), AND free software. Why, it's the bargain of the bloody century it is. Get yours now! OK. Commercial break over. As you were. We now return you to our regular scheduled programming.
Update (9:33 AM Eastern on 24 Jun): Glorioski! I just found out what I have to do in order to sell the Kindle edition of A Deed of Dreadful Note for a list price of $1 and have done the, um, deed. The price change will be reflected on the eBook's Amazon Kindle page within the next 24 hours. My apologies to all those who forked over $2.99 for a copy. Had I the mechanism to give you all a refund for the difference I would do so willingly and with pleasure.