Okay…you asked for ’em, you got ’em.
PETER AND THE MUMMY (Volume Four)
Peter And The Helpers – Story #14
Peter And The Mummy – Story #15
Peter And The Grownups – Story #16
PETER AND THE WITCHES (Volume Five)
Peter And The Boogeymen – Story #17
Peter And The Crazies – Story #18
Peter And The Witches – Story #19
PETER AND THE DEMON – Story #20
Available for the first time in various formats on Smashwords.com!
A few more details about the Smashwords versions…
The ‘other versions’ at Smashwords.com include formats that can be read by Sony readers, on a regular computer, etc.
I’ve submitted all three books so that they can be bought at the Apple store, Kobo, and other ebook retailers beside Amazon and BarnesAndNoble.com, but that might take a couple of weeks for them to reach the other retailers. Like I said, the Smashwords links should offer versions you can read on devices other than the Kindle and Nook, but if you want to buy them from other retailers, just wait a little while and they’ll be available.
Don’t forget you can get a Kindle app for your computer, smart phone, iPad, whatever you have, at www.WhatUpKindle.com.
Yo, man, what’s up with the prices? The other volumes were $2.99!
1) I didn’t want to rip off loyal readers ponying up $2.99 every month for the newest stories. So, not only do you get the individual stories faster, you get them cheaper – at $2.99 per story versus $3.33 per story in the new collections. That’s my ‘thank you’ to those folks who buy the individual stories every month.
2) I had extra production costs on the new collections – I had to pay for those covers. I make my own covers on the individual stories, but I wanted to continue the visual aesthetic of the first three volumes. (By the way, if you’re an author and need a cover, I highly recommend Ronnell D. Porter, my cover artist. He’s fast and has very reasonable prices.)
3) I can’t make money selling five stories at $2.99. Just consider Volume One an introduction for free, Two and Three as sweet, sweet nectar for cheap…and now, if you’re hooked, you got’s to put the money down, yo.
4) If I can continue to make money doing the PETER stories, I don’t have to get a new day job. That means I have way more time to write. More time to write means more PETER stories, (hopefully) a new one every month. (Versus 13 stories in the first three volumes written over a span of four years.)