Okay, that stupid rhyme made me happy. Which doesn’t bode well, given the purpose of this post, but there it is.
No, really. There it is. I finally got around to uploading my novel to Amazon, for sale as a Kindle ebook. No DRM of course, and I’m going to put up a free PDF version on my site, but anyway: it’s available. Here’s the description:
Owen Tremaine is in more trouble than he ever imagined.
28 years old, the founder of a software company in Corpus Christi, Texas, he thought work-related burnout was a major crisis. After walking away from his company, he’s spent a year trying to reinvent himself as a private investigator. But when his past reaches out to pull him back, the stakes include not only his own life and the lives of those he loves but also the fate of a missing 12-year-old girl, the future of personal security on the Internet, and the results of a bizarre twist on local Native American history.
Now he’s dealing with cutting-edge software development, downsides of recent anti-terror legislation, and…magic? Really?
But hey. He’s still got friends….
I’m starting a new blog for this sort of thing, b/c I suspect the readership will be distinct from the folks who are interested in the software biz. Once there’s enough in the new space to justify asking people to click the link, I’ll say so. And Bob will be your uncle.
Meanwhile, I’m reading my own book on the Kindle today. My daughter’s, because mine was stolen, which gave me a great excuse to buy one of the new “paperwhite” versions. But there’s apparently a month’s worth of backlog. Oh well…no pain, no gain.
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