Kicking from Beyond the 40 is now available on the Google Play Books store. If you have an Android device (phone or tablet) or Chromebook, and you’ve been waiting on purchasing Kicking from Beyond the 40 until it was available on Google Play Books, now you can do so! Here is the link to where you can get your very own copy:
It took two years, and a lot of difficulty getting the file to upload properly, but I’m now happy to let you know that, finally, The Treasure of Milky Lake is now available on the Google Play Book store! That’s right, if you have an Android or Chrome OS device, and you wanted to purchase your own copy of The Treasure of Milky Lake for your Android phone or tablet, or your Chromebook, you can now do so! Here is the direct link to where you can make your purchase:
When I had announced that Kicking from Beyond the 40 was now available in ebook format, I had said that it wouldn’t be available on Chapters.ca. It turns out that I was incorrect, and the book is available for purchase from the Chapters.ca website. So, for those of you in Canada, if you’d like to purchase a copy of Kicking from Beyond the 40 for your Kobo device, here is the link that you can go to:
It may have taken almost six years since the first print edition of Kicking from Beyond the 40 was published, but I am now happy to announce that the book is now available in electronic format: both EPUB and MOBI! That’s right! If you’ve been wanting your own copy of Kicking from Beyond the 40 for your e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or computer, and you were holding off on buying the book waiting for the day that I might possibly figure out a way to get it into an electronic format, you can wait no more! And if you were hoping that you could borrow an e-copy from your local library, that option is also available!
These are the stores that will hold the ebook formats of Kicking from Beyond the 40: Amazon, Kobo (sorry, no Chapters.ca or other Kobo-affiliated stores at this time), Barnes and Noble (for the Nook), Apple Books Store (for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac), Playster, 24Symbols, OverDrive, Scribd, Tolino, whatever libraries are on Bibliotecha, and whatever libraries are on the Baker and Taylor catalog.
If you’ve been waiting for the ebook versions of either Journey Through the Video Game World or The Treasure of Milky Lake to be available on other ebook websites such as the Apple Books Store and Scribd, and other ereaders such as the Nook and iPad, then wait no more! I have just released the EPUB versions of both of these books to other ereaders and other ebook stores. These are the new places where you can purchase the books: Barnes and Noble (for the Nook), Apple Books Store (for the iPad), Scribd, Tolino, 24Symbols, Playster, OverDrive, Biblioteca, and whatever libraries and stores are on the Baker and Taylor catalog.
The Treasure of Milky Lake EPUB edition is now listed on Chapters.ca. This is a Kobo-based purchase and download, so before you buy it, make sure you either have a Kobo device, or the Kobo app on your iOS or Android device.
There’s more good news, everyone! The EPUB version of The Treasure of Milky Lake is also now available for purchase! You can read it on KOBO devices, or you can read it on your Android or iOS device via the KOBO app. Just go to the KOBO store, and you can purchase your copy. Also, it should be available in other stores that sell KOBO-based EPUB books, such as Chapters.ca, in the future.
If you’re wondering if it will also be available on the Google Play Store, unfortunately it won’t because for some odd reason, Google doesn’t allow new book uploads anymore, even if the author is the publisher.
Good news, everyone in Canada! If you tend to do all of your ebook shopping on Chapters.ca, you can now get the EPUB version of Journey Through the Video Game World from there.
I am happy to announce that the ebook versions of Journey Through the Video Game World are now available in both EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) format. Here are the places where you can currently get them:
- Amazon (MOBI (Kindle))
- Kobo Online Bookstore (EPUB)
- Google Play (EPUB)
Even better, I did not put DRM on it, so if you have multiple eReaders, you can put it on each device that you own.