You can also get the stories on Smashwords and Mobipocket. Why? Because we love to bring you fiction for however you want to read it.
Also, a company not known to me, Iceberg Reader/ScrollMotion has packaged Jack Wakes Up to sell as an iPhone App for $16.99. Want to see it? Go here. Not sure how, but they've gone through Random House to get the go-ahead on this one. Enjoy it if you buy!
That's right: this is me reading at the Harvard Coop, live from Harvard Square Cambridge. Check out this short video to see me read a good-sized chunk of JACK WAKES UP's first chapter. Enjoy! If you'd like to see a longer version of the reading, watch this video.
I'm a little tired, but ready to hit the road in a couple days to come to NYC, Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Newton, all the goodness! I'm here today to show you a few highlights from the tour, bend your ear about the upcoming reading dates, a brief sense of the numbers and what work we still have to do... and you know, it's just me being myself and laying it all out with you guys for real.
You may have been hearing some big news coverage this week about an online site called Scribd and their huge number of users looking at the written word. Well, not to be outdone in an online promo opportunity, here are the first three chapters of JACK WAKES UP on Scribd.