Monday, 15 November 2010

Kindle Debut




First it was self-published.  Then it came out in German.  Now Dragonchaser is available on the Kindle.  At £1.71 (the US version retails for $2.71), what do you have to lose?

This is my first foray into the ebook market and it will be interesting to see how it goes.

7 comments:

Alis said...

My goodness - there are Kindles popping up everywhere at the moment! I can see it's not going to be long before I have to succumb...
I do hope Dragonchaser does very well as an ebook - maybe the electronically-minded public is more savvy as to the whole fantasy market.

Frances Garrood said...

Very smart, Tim! Good luck with the sales.

Matt Curran said...

Great news, Tim. I've just downloaded mine (don't want to crease the v.valuable signed copy!)

Tim Stretton said...

More people should follow Matt's example...

Frances Garrood said...

...if they had a Kindle.

Aliya Whiteley said...

Should I get a Kindle for Christmas? I'm torn.

Tim Stretton said...

Frances, you can download Kindle software onto the PC and read that way (although I cannot see why anyone would want to: reading on the Kindle is a pleasure; reading at a PC screen is not).

Aliya, it is worth getting a Kindle solely to be able to read Dragonchaser, although I understand other works are also available.