Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 03/19/2017 - 16:50
Today I have a guest post from Dane Cobain, who introduced his book No Rest for the Wicked to us about a year ago. Today's post isn't an introduction to a book. Instead it is an introduction to BookTube, which is something I've been meaning to explore!
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 02/26/2017 - 16:46
Today's Book Introduction post introduces the fourth book in the Hey Doorman series. I like to read series in order, so I have the first book in the series in my "to read" folder on my Kindle. However, the fourth book is the one that's just come out. Here's the intro:
HEY DOORMAN VIII: True Tales of an Uncommon Bouncer in Los Angeles
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 01/29/2017 - 19:23
I initially intended to write a somewhat light-hearted, if still seriously intended, Taster Flight of short ebooks to read to shore you up to resist the harmful actions of the new administration in the White House. But then, those actions got even more ominous. Friday's executive order on immigration was useless in increasing our safety, needlessly cruel in its extent, and sloppy in its implementation. News that White House political strategist is going to be on the National Security Council is simply breathtaking. It is unprecedented, and for good reason.
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 12/11/2016 - 17:12
I have a short book intro for you today. I don't read horror, but I assume some of you do, so I always offer a book intro post for anyone who contacts me offering a review copy of a horror book. (Actually, there is a standing offer of a book intro post for anyone who has written a short ebook or a collection of short stories!)
Anyway, today Kevin J. Kennedy introduces us to a book in which he has a short story:
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 12/04/2016 - 16:57
I was so excited by the response to last month's giveaway that I decided to giveaway multiple copies of Unspotted. I've drawn the winners and notified them, so now it is time to post the new giveaway for December.
This month, I will be giving away a $6 Amazon gift card. I picked the value because most short ebooks are $2.99, so a $6 gift card will let the winner pick two new short ebooks to try.
Submitted by riverhorse on Sun, 11/06/2016 - 21:08
I've decided to start a new feature here at Tungsten Hippo: A monthly giveaway. Sometimes, I'll giveaway an ebook from the Annorlunda Books imprint that I run. Sometimes, another author or publisher might provide a book for me to giveaway. And sometimes, I'll take some of the money I make from the referral links on this site and giveaway a small gift card for Amazon, Kobo, BN.com, or iBooks.