Yesterday on Facebook, someone mentioned they'd read Wishing Makes It So on their Kindle and truly enjoyed it.
This is the thing about e-books, they don't disappear. Wishing Makes It So, a book that came out in 2006 is still being bought and read as an e-book. I won several awards with this book.
It's about a very bad little girl and was inspired by something that happened in our family--fortunately without such dire results.
Many of my books are available on the Kindle and in other e-book formats. This is thrilling to me. I've been writing for years, but because I've always been with small, independent publishers, I've never attained best seller status--though I've had a loyal following of readers, especially with my Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series.
Yes, I do have a Kindle and I even bought a couple of my own books just to see what they looked like on it.
The majority of my books are under my name, Marilyn Meredith, but my Rocky Bluff P.D. series is under the name of F. M. Meredith.
Ten years ago when I was telling everyone about e-publishing I really had no idea that one day there'd be such a thing as the Kindle. Readers have come and gone, but none have ever attained the popularity of the Kindle.
I couldn't be happier.