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“The Tower”: A Novella of Pre-History Available for Free on Amazon

For a limited time this weekend, March 2nd through March 4th, my novella The Tower that appeared in Chaos Theory Magazine will be available on Amazon as a free Kindle eEook ( ). The Tower came about as a need to give substance to the villain in my novel Echoes of Avalon. My wise editor, Sarah Cypher, insisted that my villain was two dimensional, a card board cut-out and stereo type of bad guys. She said he needed motive. A history. People needed to understand him and find him believable. Thus was born The Tower, a flash-back sequence on the life of Loki. The eBook novella ends with bonus material, the first chapter to Echoes of Avalon, and a fantastic piece of art work by artist David Greene. And if you miss the free promo it is only $0.99. Also, you can find it in Amazon’s Lending Library.

Echoes of Avalon now available at Hillsboro’s Jacobsen’s Books

Jacobsen’s Books of Hillsboro now carries copies of an epic historical fantasy, dark

eBook Purchase Display: Get an Author-Signed Souvenir Bookmark

but with promises of hope and tinged with romance. The paperback is on the shelf. On the counter is a display holding author-signed souvenir bookmarks that can be bought with coupon codes for downloading the eBook.

Jacobsen’s Books
211 E. Main St.
Hillsboro, OR 97123

(503) 681-8243



Echoes of Avalon eBook Free For a Limited Time!

Echoes of Avalon is free through July 31st from ebook provider Smashwords. If your a book lover who uses Nook, Android, iPhone, iTouch, Kindle, Blackberry or just about any other electronic format imaginable, then go to and use the discount code posted there. This is a great opportunity to read Adam Copeland’s multi-faceted epic fantasy of Irish Knight Sir Patrick Gawain’s journey of self redemption while battling worldly monsters and inner demons.

Just Sold First eBook in Amazon’s German Kindle Store

When Amazon announced their new kindle store and that my book “Echoes of Avalon” was included there, I was skeptical. I thought to myself, “That’s nice that my book is included there, but who is going to buy an English language book of Irish-Anglo historical fantasy in Germany?” Well somebody did, because my account racked up a sale there today. I still have consistent sales in Britain too, so evidently the whole Kindle international venue is a viable market. So, if you published and were holding back on not only converting to ebook format, let alone opting into international distribution, I’d seriously think about it.

My Kindle Sales are Starting to Pass Up Paperback Sales

Kindle sales of my ebook are now approximately 2-to-1 compared to the paperback. The Smashwords ebook sales (iPad, Kobo, etc) is hard to tell right now because sales numbers are updated less often.

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