Tag Archives: rockabilly

“CADILLAC’S COMIN’ ” NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK!!!

Not that the world has been waiting for this with its tongue hanging out, but I’ve finally decided to make Cadillac’s Comin’ available in paperback. This is my experimental rockabilly novel, and it’s been available only as an ebook since its publication a few years ago. But I recently got my brain wrapped around the Kindle […]

CAN ROMANCE FIND A HOME IN THE E-WORLD AT $7.99 A POP?

Dorchester, one of the country’s leading publishers of romance novels, has announced that they’re eliminating their print division and will publish in the digital format exclusively. This is huge. Following a 25% drop in sales (their figures), they’ve decided to make the leap. Very good. Very forward-thinking. They’re right out there on the cutting edge. BUT… […]

E-PUBLISHING: CINDERELLA OR THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON?

This very moment, as I sit at my computer sipping wine in between righteous thoughts, people are arguing over whether or not the new trend toward online self-publishing is going to bring any tangible results (read: money) to the authors who indulge in it. A lot has been written about a few who have become […]

CADILLAC’S COMIN’ now on Kindle

A few years ago, I wrote a rock & roll novel called Cadillac’s Comin’. Today, it went up on Kindle. It’s a hard tale of a rockabilly one-hit wonder who recorded for Sun Records back in the 1950s. For the uninitiated, Sun was a small company, but became the iconic label of that era, responsible for […]