21 February 2011

The Grand Conversation on ebooks

Shane Jiraiya Cummings, one of Australia's leading dark fantasy and horror authors, is hosting a month-long “Grand Conversation” on ebooks.
“I’ll be canvassing a diverse range of opinions on ebooks (for and against), and I’ve invited many of Australia’s bestselling authors and publishers, plus many award-winning writers, editors, publishers, literary agents, booksellers, and readers from around the world to this discussion.”
Participants to date include Alan Baxter, Keith Stevenson, Mark Coker, Martin Livings, Stacey Storch, Nathan Lowell, Robert Hoge, Ellen Datlow, Chuck McKenzie, Patty Jansen, Jason W. Chan, Gary Kemble, Elfwreck, Scott Nicholson, Stephen M. Irwin, Sean the Blogonaut, Amy Shojai, Lee Harris, Stephen Dedman, Benjamin Solah, and Jeff Ritchie.

Shane was also kind enough to invite me to contribute a post, which can be found here.


Shane’s books are priced between 99c and $2.99, and one, his Japanese fantasy novella The Smoke Dragon, is FREE on Smashwords (available in all formats, including PDF for non-ebook readers).

You can buy these books from Amazon (Kindle), Amazon UK (Kindle), Barnes & Noble (Nook), Diesel (epub), and Smashwords (all formats – including Apple, Sony, Kobo, and PDF for non-ebook readers).

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