If you would have told me fifteen years ago that my life would be so shaped by technology, I would have laughed in your face. Across the board, I’ve been a late-adopter to so many conveniences that I now can’t live without (smart phone, tablet, digital camera).
But I was an early adopter for ONE thing, ereaders. I have and still use my original Kindle. I love how easy it is to buy and start a new book (who doesn’t love that when you’re on vacation?). And I love being able to click on the hyperlinks at the end of the novel (hint hint) to quickly leave a review and check out what else the author has available.
As a self-publisher (and hybrid publisher), I love the lower price point I’m able to offer readers. (And if you read a lot of romance, be sure to check out the Kindle Unlimited program.) In telling so many people about my novels in the fall, though, I heard from a lot of friends and family that still prefer to read in print.
I’m excited to announce that both Anchored in the Bay (True North Book 1) and Tiny Island Summer (True North Book 2) are now available for purchase in paperback on Amazon. Be sure to check it out and I will be releasing future books in both ebook and paperback formats.