"In grad school, "literary" was used as a synonym for "good." You often hear people these days say things like, "The classics were genre fiction," to which a grad school prof would say, "No they weren't -- they were good." If a genre writer wrote a good book, it was considered to have "transcended the genre.""

- J. Mark Bertrand
Walker declares success

I'm happy to report that our free book day (not over yet, you can still get it here until midnight, I think) seems to have been a success. We've given away more than 750 downloads, last time I checked, and one may hope that this might attract a few readers and referrals. Hailstone Mountain reached #2 on a couple of free Christian fantasy books lists today as well.

To put the cherry on the sundae, Loren Eaton posted a review at I Saw Lightning Fall. And we got a link from Vox Day of Vox Popoli.

Now I shall lean back and let all this adulation go to my head.

Thanks to everyone who helped promote it.


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Comments on "Walker declares success":
1. TWS - 04/17/2013 12:19 am EDT

Nook copy? It doesnt show up at all.

2. Lars Walker - 04/17/2013 12:28 am EDT

We haven't published it for Nook yet. But Ori tells me it can be converted using Calibre.

3. Ori Pomerantz - 04/17/2013 11:12 am EDT

If you cannot convert it using Calibre, you can email ori simple tech com with evidence you bought the book from Amazon, and get an e-mail with the Nook version.

4. Greybeard - 04/17/2013 11:15 am EDT

I downloaded the free Kindle PC app that allows me to read it on my computer.

5. TWS - 04/18/2013 10:57 pm EDT

Thanks I don't mind payiing if it's heading for nook.

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