Christmas Morning (Buy My Book!)

I got the word from my publisher yesterday that Broken Glass Waltzes was being uploaded to Amazon, but we had to do a kind of pre-flight formatting check before letting slip the Dogs of Promotion. This has been done, and now a mere $2.99 will hook you up with your very own arrangement of pixels in the form of my novel. The dead tree version will follow.

Again, it’s noir, and it’s pretty explicit, so keep that in mind. And I’m really much nicer than Kenny. Still, this is the culmination of something I started about 20 years ago, and perhaps much longer ago than that. Thanks for your encouragement throughout, and I hope you won’t get tired of hearing me talk about it for the next while, or perhaps while-and-a-half. And with that, perhaps I should get out of the way. I hope you enjoy it.


About profmondo

Dad, husband, mostly free individual, medievalist, writer, and drummer. "Gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche."
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6 Responses to Christmas Morning (Buy My Book!)

  1. I guess good things do come to those who wait. And wait. And wait! Congrats, my friend…

  2. Michael Dearing says:

    …and duly purchased, by the way. I still have my original copy – when BGW becomes a mega-seller expect to see me hawking it on ebay! : )

  3. Jeff says:

    Hey–congrats, my good man.

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  5. Huck says:

    Congrats, ProfMondo! I’m planning to read it as soon as I can get it; but I’m a Nook user and I guess the eVersion is only available for Kindle? Meh! I prefer the ondeadtree reading experience anyway.

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