Electronic Author

Published March 4, 2013 by rochellewisoff

ANNOUNCING

THIS, THAT AND SOMETIMES THE OTHERI know. It’s no secret that my short story anthology has been out in print for a little over a year. However, it’s now available on KINDLE!

Complete with original illustrations.

http://www.amazon.com/This-That-Sometimes-Other-ebook/dp/B00BN096QA/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1362422812&sr=1-1&keywords=This%2C+That+and+Sometimes+the+Other

For those who prefer the convenience of an electronic book, this edition’s for you!

18 comments on “Electronic Author

  • Looks great. I’ve been toying around with putting some of my flash fictions together in similar fashion, the rub being the photos. I was thinking about manipulating the images in using apps or just coming up with new photos that seem to work with the story. Did you use an editor or trust your own abilities? (I’m a horrible editor of my own work). Thanks for sharing!

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    • Hi JK,
      Don’t know if I can answer all your questions. THIS, THAT AND SOMETIMES THE OTHER is an anthology of short stories published by High Hill Press. They’re not my flash fictions. It came out in paperback a little over a year ago and only recently came out on Kindle. IN any case my editor was part of the package. For me this was a good experience. I learned a lot from her. I only trust my abilities to a point. πŸ˜‰
      shalom,
      Rochelle

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  • Unfortunately…1. Don’t have a kindle 2. Don’t do my shopping online 3. Disagree with the way Amazon treats their authors with pricing way below what the work is valued at. That said, I wish you the best of luck and success.

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  • I’m so thrilled…I have been reading all my favorite BLOGGER /AUTHORS on my tablet and I am going to download your BOOK today> Congratulations Rochelle!

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