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    HELL TO PAY: the e-book

    It’s finally happened, everyone: HELL TO PAY is an e-book! Well, okay, it’s still in process at Amazon (sorry, Kindle readers), but it looks like it’s ready for download at B&N.com (hooray, Nook readers)! There is a cool scroll-like image under the chapter headers, which I believe looks great on the Nook but less so on the Kindle, so I may swap out the Kindle file with a version that has no scrolls. Unless a funky block image doesn’t bother you. (I don’t know, this is all new to me.)

    The e-book is $2.99. I think that’s pretty reasonable for a 96,000-word novel that closes the Hell on Earth series. If you disagree, please let me know; remember, this is all a big experiment that will help pave the way for BEFORE THE FALL, the first book of the upcoming Pit and Paradise e-book series. Your opinion matters to me!

    So here is the link to download HELL TO PAY on the Nook and other readers that read Nook files.

    EDITED: And here is the link for the Kindle version. I don’t know if it’s live yet; the text description isn’t up.


    If you read HELL TO PAY as the free online serial novel and you enjoyed it, could you please leave a review on B&N.com (and, once it’s available, Amazon.com)? I would hugely appreciate it. Thank you, thank you, thank you.


    Heads up that the HELL TO PAY content will be coming off my website shortly, with the exception of the prologue. So if you want to read the entire thing for free without A) being a pirate or B) borrowing the e-book version legally from someone who bought the download, I strongly suggest you do so quickly.

    Thanks again, everyone.

    One Response to “HELL TO PAY: the e-book”

    1. Amazon comment written.


      by Absurdist on March 4th, 2011 at 10:28 am


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