Print Is Not Dead

I have been working VERY hard to sell my e-books – but I am just as excited to see my traditionally-published books sell as well.

I’ll be at Coles Scotia Square on October 18th from 2pm to 4pm.

I’ll be at Chapters Dartmouth on October 19th from 12-4pm.

I’ll be at Coles Halifax Shopping Centre on October 25th from 5-8pm.

I’ll be at Chapters Halifax on October 26th from 12-4pm.

I’ve asked that all the stores have plenty of copies of my latest collection MARITIME MURDER, my children’s picture book MARITIME MONSTERS, and my kid’s novel SINKING DEEPER – now with a great new cover.

Sinking Deeper New Cover

Let me tell you – PRINT IS NOT DEAD!


(thanks to the good folks at Buzzfeed for this one)

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I’m working day shift this morning so I won’t be able to follow the progress of my big promotion this morning – but my hockey/vampire novella SUDDEN DEATH OVERTIME is marked down to 99 cents over at Amazon.com – and it will be listed in the Bargain Book section of Ereader News Today – an e-book service that reaches THOUSANDS of readers. So I am hoping to see a bounce in sales for that little e-book today.

Wish me luck!

Yours in storytelling,

Steve Vernon

2 responses to “Print Is Not Dead

  1. I love to read books whatever format they are in and sometimes a print book is just so much better to curl up with or read in the bath! Good luck.

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