Friday, October 26, 2012

Good news for those of you without an e-Reader

Good news for those of you without an e-Reader (although there are free downloadable apps to turn your laptop, desktop, or smartphone into an e-Reader--see earlier post with the links), because of what appears to be a growing interest, Visigoth Press will be releasing a hardcopy of THE MORONI DECEPTION in the very near future--initially through Amazon (but will probably also be available on the website as well at a discount). Stay tuned.  -Jack

Monday, October 15, 2012

Interesting review and questions from Christian reviewer, Eustacia Tan

Just got a positive review (as well as some rather interesting questions) from book blogger/reviewer, Eustacia Tan, who brings a Christian perspective.   The Mind of a Bibliophile book review and my responses to Eustacia Tan's questions.  Hope those of you who are stopping by are enjoying these guest post and interviews I've been doing (and reposting here), even though they've been taking quite a bit of time and  have therefore been limiting my own blog posts.  In fact, I now have 4 more posts to do which I haven't even started on yet and three radio interviews coming up to try to get ready for (I'll let you know when and where to find them soon just in case you'd like to listen to me squirm).   The first one was going to be this month, but the hostess (a very nice Mormon lady who broadcasts out of Utah) and her two co-hosts decided it was too controversial to discuss before the election so they're waiting until the week after.   Hmmm.  

Friday, October 5, 2012

Nice interview with yours truly in the Seattle PI

The interview with Irene Roth has mostly to do with the inspiration for THE MORONI DECEPTION and my background.   Seattle Post Intelligencer interview

Monday, October 1, 2012

And if you don't have an e-Reader. . .

A would-be reader just mentioned on the Facebook page that she didn't have a Kindle, so I will repost this bit of information. While The Moroni Deception is currently only available for e-Readers, you can, if you don't have a Kindle, Nook, Kobo, or Sony e-Reader, download several free apps to turn your laptop, desktop, iPad, smartphone or tablet into an e-Reading device.

Here's the app for Kindle for various systems:  KINDLE APPS
And here also are for the Sony eReader
and the Kobo e-Reader