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14 November 2006 @ 10:04 am
THE PHOENIX LAW is now available at eHarlequin.com's webstore. (Has been for a couple weeks, in fact, but I forgot.) It'll be in stores December 2006, and no other time, so please do go forth and buy it!

This is the last Cate Dermody book for the foreseeable future. I've got a couple ideas to write for Harlequin's new Nocturne line, but whether I actually get to that or not remains to be seen. I hope that in a couple years I'll be in a position to re-package the rest of the Strongbox Chronicles and sell them as spy-thrillers (let's all practice saying, Catie aims for mainstream!), but it's not on my list of things to do right now. It wouldn't hurt, though, to have a great sell-through on PHOENIX if I'm going to do that. She said encouragingly. :)
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(Anonymous) on November 14th, 2006 03:43 pm (UTC)
Sooo, what criteria does Harlequin use for deciding whether or not to release books as ebooks? And does it make any difference to you if someone buys one as an ebook rather than a paperback?
Bryantbryant on November 14th, 2006 03:44 pm (UTC)
-- Garrettlings
kitmizkit on November 14th, 2006 04:05 pm (UTC)
I know the Walker Papers are being released as ebooks. I don't know about the Strongbox Chronicles. However, it makes no difference to my pocketbook, so if your ereader is working that well, go for the ebooks. :)