"I published one Kindle short story in May, and I haven´t sold much, but I didn´t expect to do so anyway. Instead I dumped the Smashwords price recently, and Thursday Amazon followed suit.
Result: nearly 6,000 people have…"
"He is. Besides, he had written five novels pre-Stieg Larsson.
These marketing stunts are silly, and don´t think Scandinavian writers like the clone idea more thsan you do. Scandinavian crime fiction is as varied as American novels."
Hope you feel better! Let me know if you didn't get the link to download the eBook in the welcome e-mail to my newsletter.
For The Chapter One Blog, I'd just need a first chapter or sample chapter. I then post it on the blog with a link to purchase. I'm not looking to get paid, I just enjoy helping out fellow starving authors.
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Glad you liked 'THE SUSPECT'. Sadly, I don't know if any of my other novels are going to be translated into Danish, which is a real shame because I love your part of the world. My third novel THE NIGHT FERRY is partly set in Amsterdam because of my love affair with that particularly city.
Good luck with the writing. Keep finding the time. It's the only way to finish.
Hi, Dorte. Many thanks for reviewing BLIND TO THE BONES. Only Klim themselves can make promises about publication in Denmark, of course! But they did buy the translation rights in BLIND last year, so I'd expect to see the Danish edition some time in 2009, all being well...
Right you are. David Lorne is for the "L" in David L. Hoof. Best yet novel by me is Little Gods, which is being submitted to Bruce Cohen (producer of the film "Milk") for consideration as a film. My first screenplay to be produced as a film will begin in February.