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Don’t Buy Decisions Just Yet — Let’s Make It a REAL Sale!

The Globe — now only 99¢ for a limited time

Decisions — now only 99¢ for a limited time

Since Amazon decided to place Decisions on sale, I decided to go a step further.  I just revised the Barnes & Noble Nook and Amazon Kindle prices for both Decisions and The Globe to an astoundingly low 99¢.

It may take several hours for the new prices to be posted on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, so wait until the reduced price is effective before making your purchase of these two exciting murder mysteries.

A few words of warning — The Globe deals with seriously adult themes in a sometimes very graphic manner, so it’s not for the squeamish and definitely not appropriate for youngsters; Decisions is light-hearted fun with a lot of humor, but the language can get a bit rough in places.

Both titles are available for all Amazon Kindle markets, which in addition to the United States include the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and India.

For the Barnes & Noble Nook, market availability includes the United States and the European Union (including pricing in the British Pound).

U.S. Links are included below:


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Barnes & Noble Nook Owners—This Is Your Lucky Week

And if you’re a Kindle owner, you may not realize just how lucky you already are.

Following a phenomenally successful three-day promotion on Amazon last week, The Globe will soon be available for my Nook fans.  That is if it isn’t already.  The Globe has been processing at B&N since yesterday morning.

During that three-day promotion, The Globe was downloaded by 6,264 readers.  The Globe was ranked on Amazon’s Top 100 Bestsellers list starting the evening of Day One, and remained in the Top 100 until the afternoon of Day Three, residing on that prestigious list for nearly 48 straight hours and at one point cracking the Top 50.  In Mysteries, The Globe was in the Top 10 for most of that time, and at one point reached #4.  The Globe also obtained a high of #3 in Action & Adventure.  As for Hard-Boiled Mysteries, The Globe made #1, slipped to #2, then came roaring back to hold the #1 spot almost to the very end of the promotion.

But this success wasn’t just limited to the U.S. market.  The Globe also made Top 10 lists in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France—in Action & Adventure in Germany and France  and Hard-Boiled Mysteries in the U.K.  Unfortunately, The Globe failed to make the Top 100 list in any of those countries, so I’m not going to claim “International Bestseller” bragging rights.

At least, not yet.

The Globe—Coming soon to a Nook near you, and already available for the Kindle.  Don’t have either?  Click on one of the links below to download a Kindle or Nook Reading App for your PC, Mac, Blackberry, Android, iPhone, iPod, iPad, or any other iThingy®.

Free Amazon Kindle Reading App (Requires establishment of an Amazon account)

Free Barnes & Noble Nook Reading App (Requires establishment of a Barnes & Noble account)

The Globe — An Old Style of Murder Presents a New Kind of Mystery

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