February 15th is the date for Céleste’s public release

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With just four days to go before Céleste is released to the general public, you now have just three more days to pre-order your copy.

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“Falling in love is always complicated especially for a disembodied artificial intelligence like Céleste, aboard the exploratory spaceship Apkallu. For her to be able to physically express her love for the man who means so much to her will be impossible to achieve, or will it?”

Find out what happens for yourselves when you read my science fiction romance – Céleste

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Eason’s best work yet, his new book Céleste combines romance and science fiction in a story that has a twist on every page – Nicholas Rossis

Romance beyond the stars abounds in this sensuous sci-fi, entwined with mission, morals and lust. Eason takes us to a place where human desire dwells in mankind and aliens alike, no matter how many light years away – D.G. Kaye

Jack Eason never rests. When he is not knee deep in archaeology, or wandering around forests in elf fables, he is busy combining sci-fi with a little added romantic spice – Derek Haines

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Here are the Amazon worldwide listings for Céleste. Just click the one relevant to you to be able to purchase your copy:

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Germany

France

Spain

Italy

Netherlands

Japan

Brazil

Canada

Mexico

Australia

India

PS – Don’t forget to review it…

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It’s Pre-Order Time!!!

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 It’s pre-order time!

Until the 14th of this month you can pre-order a copy of Céleste for yourselves. The general public will have to wait until the 15th for it to be released. If you click on her highlighted name or the picture, you can pre-order you copy on Amazon .com right now. To pre-order your copy via Amazon.co.uk – click Here.

Kindlecrites

Kindlecrites

Interesting article on the subject of the Indie love/hate relationship with Amazon. :)

The Opening Sentence

There was a time when I was a Kindlecrite (Kindle Hypocrite). Criticising Amazon’s e-book reading system whilst selling my books on the platform. In the end, moral pressure became too much and I pulled my books off Amazon. If I relied on the income I’d be a dead man by now.

Tail between the legs I whimpered back to Amazon and started all over again. For all its trillions, Apple don’t hold a candle in terms of ebook sales, Barnes & Noble pathetic minnows, and Smashwords, bless ’em. They try. But over the past year I’ve noticed a curious phenomenon in the world of indie-publishing bloggers.

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Only 40 Self-Published Authors are a Success, says Amazon

I always knew the numbers were low…

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The cat is out of the bag, finally we know exactly how many self-published authors make it big: 40.

Yes, that’s not a typo.

40 self-published authors “make money”, all the others, and they number in the hundreds of thousands, don’t. This interesting statistic, recently revealed in a New York Times article, applies to the Kindle Store, but since Amazon is in fact the largest digital publishing platform in the world, it is a safe bet that self-published authors are not doing any better elsewhere.

“Making money” here means selling more than one million e-book copies in the last five years. Yes, 40 authors have managed that, and have even gone on to establishing their own publishing house, like Meredith Wild. Her story is fully reported in the New York Times, here, and well worth pondering over.

That story reveals some further nuggets about the current…

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