Novels and Kindle.

10 Responses

  1. Duncan says:

    Not just Kindle! Dutifully downloaded from Google Play onto my shiny new Nexus 7. Love your non-fiction work, and looking forward to next trip away, which will give me the excuse to get stuck in. Anyway, here’s a bit of advice…

  2. Graham says:

    yes Ian. I’m back in the saddle. I only needed a little nudge.

  3. Catherine says:

    I loved ‘In Southern Waters’ – so glad it’s on my Kindle. I have also ordered a ‘real’ version, (but not for 40p), for a Brighton friend.

  4. Catherine says:

    Ian, I have uploaded, downloaded, or whatever type of loaded it is, ‘In Southern Waters’ to my Kindle.
    According to Amazon I could have got a pre-loved one for 40p plus a bit of postage – I admit I was sorely tempted. But I’m running out of shelf space – so I didn’t.
    Kind regards,
    Catherine x

  5. Graham says:

    My goodness me, Ian I’m shocked. I can’t believe that Dole Acre sold less than 1,000 copies. Would it help if I re-read mine for the second time, which I suppose means reading it for the third time?
    Fingers crossed for the Kindle edition. But I suspect that many books downloaded to eReaders end up like the Special Features disc included with the Saudi edition of the Debbie does Dallas DVD, and languish unperused in a strange and terrible form of digital purgatory.

    You may have noticed that I abandoned blogging a few months back. I’m currently languishing in a strange and not so terrible state of digital indifference, but things may change.


  6. Dan says:

    Not got a kindle I’m afriad which is a shame as they sound well worth a read.

    However, I did buy another copy of Longest Crawl a couple of days back to give as a gift, buying the last one my local w-stones had in stock. I hope they get some more in.

  7. Ian Marchant says:

    Mac, it’s only a collectors edition because I push the price up by buying the 1p ones. And ‘Southern Waters’ is also very much available for download….

  8. Mac says:

    I honestly think that Southern Waters was the better book, but I happily recommend Dole Acre to friends. My (apparently collector’s edition) copy is currently sitting next to my girlfriend’s bed.

  9. Ian Marchant says:

    Yeah, weirdly, W and N are ‘publishing’ it. ie. uploading my keystrokes. But, gift horse in mouth and all that.

  10. Nick Walker says:

    I’ll give it a crack, I’ve got a Kindle. So how did it come about that they got on there in the first place? Did W and N do it?

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