Personally, I prefer real books over ebooks, but that should come as no surprise, since I was born before 1995. I do, however, realize ebooks are poised to take over the book business, and, sooner than we might like, virtually all reading will be done on digital media. In the pursuit of that end, and for my friends who, like me, were slow in crossing over into the digital age, I want to say this: You don’t have to run out and buy a Kindle. You can get a free Kindle app for your computer, tablet, smartphone, or iPod. Just go here, and you can figure it out quite easily. It takes all of 60 seconds, if that. Once it’s installed, you can start downloading ebooks (which, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, are considerably cheaper than their print counterparts) immediately.
And when you get your new Kindle app, go here to download my new short story, The Session. I mean, it’s only 99Â¢. There’s, like, no downside. Not only that, it’s a great story. Once you’ve read it and left a brief review on Amazon, then you can go here and download the first novel of my Key West Nocturnes series, Setup On Front Street.Â It’s a novel, so it’ll take you a little longer to read, but again, time well spent. Following that indoctrination, you then might be tempted to go for the second novel in that series, a little opus called The Ghosts Of Havana. That one can be found here.
The rest of my books await you, all sterling examples of the cream of noir fiction. You just have to get that free Kindle app. Do it now.