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CHARADE goes eeeeeeeeeeee

Right now, CHARADE is available on eharlequin as an e-book! WhEEEEE. And it will be on the fictionwise.com site as of Oct 1, apparently.

Not only that, you can actually get the print version for free -- sort of -- since it's one of the buy-one, get-one-free selections at eharlequin. So if you buy one of the other selections, you can get CHARADE for free. Or vice versa. I'm hoping to attract some new readers that way, lured in by the pretty picture on the cover.

That's all the CHARADE news I have for now. It's actually an October release, so all of this is rather premature, but I take my fun where I can find it!



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Sep. 11th, 2007 05:37 am (UTC)
I of course will be availing myself of BOTH versions -- the print book AND the ebook version. I seriously can't wait, Kate! Like a Prodigal Daughter, I've even returned to eHarlequin to post on the Athena Force site.

Sep. 11th, 2007 03:28 pm (UTC)
Thanks, Karm!

It's so quiet over at the Athena site. Maybe you can breathe some new life into it. Jeanette and I have been chatting a little, but otherwise it's pretty quiet. Maybe because that thread is listed under "series romance" which Athena books are not.

I might go to the ebook thread in "book buzz" and try to stir up trouble there, since LINE OF SIGHT has been available as an e-book for a while.

Meanwhile, it's good to see you. Your new projects sound exciting! I love how you can go on a Disney cruise and get inspired to write thrillers....

Sep. 11th, 2007 10:12 pm (UTC)
Well, they combined all their series romance into that big long section and since each Athena book is only out for a month AND since they aren't part of one of the other imprints (like MIRA or World Wide Mystery), I don't know where they could stick it. You're right, though, they should stick it in the "Book Buzz" section.

I'm liking ebooks and if ebookwise keeps adding Harlequin Enterprises works, I might have to buy myself one (bo't one for my mom after making dh research readers and seeing Karmela's).

Sep. 11th, 2007 10:59 pm (UTC)
Re: eHarlequin
Hey Penn,

It's fun having a bombshell-esque thread available over at eharlequin again.

As for ebooks, I've been looking at those e-readers too, but I still love paper, paper, paper. Maybe if we take another long trip, we'll have more incentive to go e. On our trip to Italy, we used almost our entire luggage weight allotment on books! Not too efficient.

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