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Progress on Ken Haramiru’s “Progenitor 2” I’m actually quite pleased with where I am right now on Progenitor 2. He’s just finished up his first night in the hotel, and now we’ve got some much more solid reasons for him to go to the mall than “Oh, I think I’ll … Continue reading
Ken Haramiru’s updated “Progenitor” now live! The new, updated version of “Progenitor” is already live on Smashwords and Amazon! The updated version has also been submitted to Barnes & Noble, and will soon be updated. For the moment, the 2012 anthology has the original eBook release of Progenitor in it, … Continue reading
Updating Ken Haramiru’s Progenitor I’m presently finishing up the update to Progenitor, and it’ll be published soon. There are some grammatical corrections, but more importantly there’s some better wording going on in some places. Although Progenitor is my most successful story so far, it’s also the first one I published … Continue reading
This morning, I decided that “She Wore Shorts to the Gas Station” was pretty much ready for release. Right now it’s available at: Smashwords Barnes & Noble Amazon. Like the (free) preceding Brent Allen eBook “She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral”, Brent finds that his good looks and easy-going personality … Continue reading
A new story in Ken Haramiru’s “Merlin’s Magic Wang” series The latest installation in the history of Merlin’s Magic Wang involves the exploits of a demon named Raj. Raj isn’t a lust demon like Argyle was in Morgan’s Curse – he’s an imp, who feeds on irritation and annoyance. He … Continue reading
It’s with some sadness that I saw last night that Barnes and Noble has honored my request (made via Smashwords) to pull my books, minus the free one (“She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral”). While Nook Press won’t let you publish a free book, Smashwords can still push a free … Continue reading
I just sent an ‘opt-out’ to Smashwords to de-list my stories on Barnes & Noble. This is in order to avoid double-listing when I publish them on BN myself directly. As soon as any of my 8 stories disappear from BN, I’ll activate the direct-published version. I hope to make … Continue reading