The Fate of Road Rules

The people have spoken. The largest number of you voted to put it up for sale on Kindle and the other major ebook platforms.  But it was not a majority.  An equal number of votes were split between it being just like PublishAmerica and asking me to think about it some more.  A few of you asked, “What’s Road Rules?”

Road Rules is this.

So without a majority vote, Road Rules will be Kindle and ereader ready soon, but it will be for free.  In the meantime, I will be putting together The Compleat Winter by summer’s end and…  Dare I say it?  Will a certain book published out of someone’s garage a few years ago make a return?

Hey, ya never know.

2 thoughts on “The Fate of Road Rules

  1. Ummmmm, you can’t post books to Kindle for free. That’s what got Joe into all of this in the first place. He wanted to put stuff up on Kindle and they made him attach a price. The only things that can go up for free have to be through a major publisher like his stuff with Blake Crouch and Jason Pinter’s novella.

  2. Ah, Bryon, read closely. I did not say it would be posted on Amazon. I said it could be read on Kindle, which is not all that difficult to do. A Kindle is basically an external storage device upon which you can put pretty much anything. You might not be able to read it, but you can store it there.

    In this case, Road Rules will be formatted in both .epub and .mobi formats and look like any other ebook. You just won’t be able to get it off Amazon, Sony, iBooks, etc.

    This is how I tested a couple of Tyrus’s first ebook offerings for them.

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