Yurt is available for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iPad!

 

What are Kindle and Nook and Kobo, you say? They are the eReaders from Amazon and Barnes & Noble and Kobo-books respectively.

I have put all of my out-of-print books on Amazon, in the Kindle format, and on Barnes & Noble, in the Nook format (the latter also works with Sony Reader and other ePub devices). My books are also all available on Kobo and on iTunes. Count Scar and Voima are also available electronically on all these platforms, as well as the Yurt series. For those of you with an eReader, enjoy!

I have also issued My First Kingdom, an omnibus of the first three Yurt novels, at a bargain 3 for the price of 2. It's already available for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iPad. Tell your friends!

In addition, I have issued three Yurt novellas (short novels) in ebook format: The Lost Girls and the Kobold, Below the Wizards' Tower, and A Long Way 'Til November. They are available on all platforms, as is an omnibus of the three novellas, titled Third Time's a Charm.

Amazon's Kindle books are designed to be read on a Kindle, B&N's Nook books on a Nook, and iTunes' books on an iPad or iPod, but it is possible to download the ebook files to either a Mac or a PC. You need to download the software, but the software itself is free. Kindle and Nook books also work on tablet readers. You can even read the books on a smart phone if you like reading one sentence at a time!

Is This Apocalypse Necessary? is still in print, available through the Wooster Book Company, but I have also made it available as an ebook .

Click here to go Amazon, or here to go to Barnes & Noble, or here to go to Kobo to see C. Dale Brittain books in electronic format.

 

By the way, I'd prefer that if you want an electronic version of one of my books you get it from Amazon or B&N or Kobo or iTunes, not from one of the dozen or so "bit-torrent" sites that are out there on the web. They're offering my books without my permission or any royalties (or even telling me they're doing it.) Don't enable their copyright-violating ways. Besides, legitimate ebooks download way faster than bit-torrent (and don't give you malware). Thank you.

 

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