Saturday, March 26, 2011

OTP Adds to Ebook Catalogs...Again!

Our eBook designer, Jim from L-L Publications sent back some more files...textblocks now ready for their E-BOOK DEBUT! So, I got busy and prepped the cover images and uploaded the whole shootin' match to Pubit (for the NOOK) and Dawn will be doing the same at the Kindle dashboard any moment now.

The latest titles are:

Fairytales are Fragile by Cindy Ladage

Fighting Crime with Some Day and Lenny by Keith Bettinger

Media Blitz by Joe Nowlan

These join our previously published in the NOOK catalog...

A Case of Infatuation by W.S. Gager

A Case of Accidental Intersection by W.S. Gager

An Affinity for Murder by Anne White

An Axe to Grind by F. M. Meredith

Days on the Beach by John Taylor

Fools Rush In by Sunny Frazier

Gumbo Justice by Holli Castillo

In Franklin's House by Beverly Lauderdale

Land of a Thousand Dances by John Taylor

Lingering Spirit by Marilyn Meredith

No Evidence of a Crime by S. Connell Vondrak

No Sanctuary by F. M. Meredith

The Electric Sewer by Trebor Nehoc

Night Watch by Mary Montague Sikes

The Fat Lady Sings by Kit Sloane

The Last of the Railroad Police by Carl Moen

The Magicians by Kit Sloane

The Pot Thief Who Studied Einstein by J. Michael Orenduff
The Pot Thief Who Studied Ptolemy by J. Michael Orenduff
The Pot Thief Who Studied Pythagoras by J. Michael Orenduff

Great covers...great novels...if you missed one of these, here's your opportunity to enjoy it from the ease and convenience of your NOOK or other E-Reader Device.

Our goal, of course, is to have all our in-print paper books available as E-Books, and we are progressing toward that goal. By my count, we need one more title up to be eligible for the Apple Store...that should be terrific exposure.

Billie Johnson
Publisher, Oak Tree Press


Sunny Frazier said...

This is a terrific leap for Oak Tree! Since electronic sales are beating out book sales, now readers can get us in every format. Okay, not audio--maybe that's the next hurdle.

Monti said...

Great going, Billie!