Thanks mostly to y'all, my short story String Theory still sits in the top 25 (well, it is at exactly 25) of the Amazon Kindle science fiction and short story rankings. One notch above John Scalzi, and just two notches below David Brin. And one of the only entries at the top of the list that does not have a guy with ripped abs or two vampires making out on the cover. Pretty cool.
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My latest short story is listed at $0.99 on Kindle (the cheapest one can list something for) but is available for free through December 24. It's called String Theory and is the result of a fun discussion my daughter and I had combined with a long, boring airplane ride.
And my novel BMOC is still available on Kindle and as an actual dead-tree book. [link fixed]
I keep saying the new novel is coming soon, but it is coming soon if I can get my act together and polish a few things.
#16 #2 for Kindle reads under 45 minutes in the Science Fiction & Fantasy section. LOL. If we could just segment it a bit finer, I might make #1.
I had a nice Instalanche this morning on my post about the 99-cent price point on the Amazon Kindle for my book BMOC. I also got a bit of attention at the KindleBoards forum. So my book is nosing into the top 500 on Kindle, but until my kid noticed I did not see the other topical rankings:
LOL, #1 in Books>Entertainment>Humor>Laywers. #2 on the same but for business. Whole new niches beckon! (Actually, these categories kind of make sense, though I am not sure who chose them -- I am not sure I did).