Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Pre-Order Digital Formats Available for Carolina Crimes: 21 Tales of Need, Greed, and Dirty Deeds

Below please find the pre-order information for the anthology. 
My short story "Rolla" is included.


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                  The print edition is available to pre-order on Amazon. Amazon allows print pre-orders without uploading a manuscript. Approximately two weeks before the publication date, we will upload and release the final version, which will then be distributed to B&N and other outlets.

                  The ebook edition has been uploaded to Amazon, B&N, Kobo, and iTunes. We have links for the first three vendors, and should have an iTunes link within the next 24 hours or so:

iTunes: TBD

                  On Amazon, the print and ebook formats are on different pages; we'll get them merged onto a single page. (It may happen automatically within the next day or so, as the ebook was just uploaded over the weekend and it sometimes takes 72 hours or so for Amazon to coordinate pages and such.)


·       and just to close the loop on the digital pre-orders, here is the iTunes purchase link: http://apple.co/2qzRfCY

·       The Down & Out Bookstore page has all these links collected on one page, https://downandoutbooks.com/bookstore/esthimer-carolina-crimes/

·       the digital formats will be available at a special pre-order price of $3.99 through the publication date. After that, the price will be $8.99. So there is an incentive to pre-order the book!

Monday, May 29, 2017

Carolina Crimes: 21 Tales of Greed, Need, and Dirty Deeds Book Launch

McIntyre's Books will host the book launch Saturday, 19August2017, 11 am. Copies of the anthology will be available.




Sunday, May 14, 2017

My Short Story Published

Announcing the publication of "Rolla" in the Triangle Sisters in Crime 2017 anthology Carolina Crimes: 21 Tales of Need, Greed, and Dirty Deeds. Plans are in the works for D. G. Martin to feature the anthology and interview the anthology editor on North Carolina Bookwatch during the second half of 2017. Last Sunday 07May2017 I heard Jeffrey Deaver's introduction for the first time. Excellent.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

La Damnation de Faust

From the Royal Opera Wallonie. Two schools of thought for Ildebrando D'Arcangelo's entrance: Throw Back Thursday to The Phantom of the Opera; mythology reference  Mephisto is transporting Faust via the River Styx. The beauty of opera is its multiple levels of interpretation.