Works on iTunes and Macintosh computers via Apple iBooks (I believe). I don’t have any Apple hardware devices of my own, so I cannot confirm exactly how this works, but it’s the second most popular e-book provider, behind Amazon, so I imagine it works just fine.
Barnes & Noble
Requires the Nook e-reading device or reading app. I believe it uses the .epub format.
Requires a Kobo e-reading device or the Walmart eBooks App. Uses the .epub format.
Note: This is my favorite format.
Google Play Books
Requires the Google Play Books App on your desktop or smartphone.
Smashwords gives you the option to download in a number of formats including .epub (for most devices), .mobi (for Kindle), .pdf, and others. Download samples prior to purchase to make sure they work on your device(s). If nothing else, everything you download should work on your PC. I’ve also found success with the Moon+ Reader app for Android.
Scribd operates on a monthly subscription service.
My books can also be found in additional markets around the world. Stores and distributors include:
!ndigo (Canada), Angus & Robertson (Australia), Mondadori (Italy), and Tolino (Germany). If you’re in any of these non-U.S. markets, check the Universal Link attached to each book’s description (on this site) or your e-reader’s built-in store page for respective links.
According to Smashwords, my books are also, supposedly, available at Gardners Extended Retail (England), but I cannot confirm a storefront. They have also been sent to library distributors like Overdrive and Baker & Taylor, but they are not actually available at any library that I know of. Maybe at some point that will change.
Finally, my e-books use Smashwords and Draft2Digital for distribution to libraries, wholesalers, and foreign markets. Check the Universal Links often for new or expired links to each storefront.
Reminder: Each of my books has its own Universal Link listed on its description page (or will, if I haven’t yet converted all of my descriptions to the new format at the time you’re reading this). This link will connect you to all available storefronts where the book is sold. I recommend using this link when choosing your preferred storefront as it will also take you to your region’s equivalent store page.
Also Worth Considering:
If you’re looking for pricing information about a specific book, your best option is to click on the link to your preferred book title. Consult this page for a quick list of all of my active e-books and print books.
Alternatively, you can consult my Policies page for the standards I try to adopt when pricing e-books and print books, though they may become out-of-date at any given time. This page also describes my publication plans, if you’re interested. Sometimes my plans change. Take the information here with a grain of salt.
Finally, please be sure to check out the Promotions page for any special deals I’m running or for any discount coupons I may have available to readers of this blog (redeemable at Smashwords). Note: This particular page is updated infrequently, so you’re better off getting promotional information through my newsletter (via subscription).
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