It’s a double stabbing!
A Red Reader.
With one of Stieg Larsson’s books (which I want to read).
100 Years ago the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath formed a trade union and won the first minimum wage agreement after a strike battle lasting fo 10 weeks. This increased the wages of the poorest workers by some 150% and remains today one of the most inspiring tales of workers’ struggle.
For those in the UK, it can be ordered in print.
eBookPrice.Info: get the ebook you want, in the format you need, at a price you’ll like!
Inkmesh: Ebook Search Engine, Free Ebooks, Ebook Price Comparison
UPDATE: eBookPrice.Info is unreliable and might in fact be useless. Let’s hope it gets better. A sample search I did for “Ken Bruen” showed him only in Open Library. That is a major FAIL.
UPDATE: The UI is all screwy, at least when searching via writer name. Click on a specific title in the results to get a price comparison list for that title. I suppose that seems obvious to everyone out there, now that I’ve explained it, but coming in cold, it was not.
Writers probably think I’m weird, showing up at their signings just to thank them, to say I like their work, and to take some pictures.
But as you can now see, I’ve been doing them a favor all along!
UPDATE: Apparently he meant his titles, not everything that publisher has on store shelves:
The other big news I announced at Horrorfind is that I’ve reached an agreement with Leisure Books/Dorchester Publishing for the return of my back-list (The Rising, City of the Dead, The Conqueror Worms, Ghoul, Dead Sea, Dark Hollow, Ghost Walk, Castaways, Urban Gothic, Darkness of the Edge of Town and A Gathering of Crows). Print rights reverted back to me today. Digital rights will revert back to me on December 31st. What this means for you, the reader, is that all of those books will be disappearing from your local bookstore very soon.
This is not the first time I’ve been twatted by Twitter. Dammit.
This is what I just saw when I went to sign in:
Follow @arjunbasu for some hilarious one-tweet stories he calls “Twisters.”