Ebooks-a-poppin’ redux

by Don ~ April 23rd, 2010. Filed under: News.

The day has come (and passed – sorry, I’ve been busy) and more of my books have been released as e-books. What does it mean? If you missed the chance to read The Dragon Below trilogy or my standalone Forgotten Realms novel, The Yellow Silk, in print format, you can now get them as ebooks! Until I get my sidebar updated, here are all the major links.

Also, don’t forget that The Tyranny of Ghosts, the conclusion of the Legacy of Dhakaan releases at the beginning of June — you can preorder it from Amazon (.com, .ca, or .co.uk) now. It will be available as an ebook as well.

Word of Traitors
Legacy of Dhakaan, Book 2

Amazon.com (for Kindle)
Sony Reader Store (for Sony Reader)
Kobo (for all epub readers and smartphones) — Don likes Kobo best!
Barnes & Noble (for Nook)

The Doom of Kings
Legacy of Dhakaan, Book 1

Amazon.com
Sony Reader Store
Kobo
Barnes & Noble

 

The Killing Song
The Dragon Below, Book 3

Not currently available on Amazon.com (but it should be)
Sony Reader Store
Kobo
Barnes & Noble

 

The Grieving Tree
The Dragon Below, Book 2

Amazon.com
Sony Reader Store
Kobo
Barnes & Noble

 

The Binding Stone
The Dragon Below, Book 1

Amazon.com
Sony Reader Store
Kobo
Barnes & Noble

 

The Yellow Silk
The Rogues, Book 4 (but really a standalone novel)

Not currently available on Amazon.com (but it should be)
Sony Reader Store
Kobo
Barnes & Noble

I’m not sure if anything is available on the iBookstore for iPad yet, but I’ll have to check!

4 Responses to Ebooks-a-poppin’ redux

  1. Doug

    Just purchased the Kindle edition of “The Binding Stone” this morning after reading the sample. I’m only a couple of chapters in, and I’m enjoying it.

  2. Don

    Thanks Doug!

  3. Mia Zbikowski

    Hey Don! I just finished the 2nd novel for the Dragon Below, and I really love the trilogy so far. I’m annoyed that my bookstore carried the first book but now I’m having to track down the rest by second hand sales on Amazon… (Well, can’t find any copies in Montreal’s Indigos/Chapters anyway)

    Oh and of course they only had the Legacy of Dhakaan books 2 and 4 so I couldn’t start that series either ;)

    Anyway, I’m looking forward to finishing the DB trilogy. I’m really hot/cold with fantasy book characters but yours (Dandra especially, I love female characters that aren’t trying too hard to be bad asses) really hit the spot.

  4. Don

    Thanks Mia! I enjoyed writing Dandra – and I think if you liked her character, you’ll enjoy the Legacy of Dhakaan too!

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