I’ve lowered the pricing on many of my eBooks on Amazon—and later this summer they’ll be rolling out to other ebook stores as well! All of these titles are now just $2.99 each (with equivalent pricing outside the US). You may need to allow 2-3 days for the new pricing to propagate.
Most of these books are also free in Kindle Unlimited (“KU”) for a little bit longer. The first of these comes off “KU” in a few days, while the last comes off in early August. As they come off “KU,” they won’t renew, so if you intend to read them that way, get on it.
Here’s the list:
- The Never: A Tale of Peter and the Fae
The book I waited 20 years to write, this is a more grown-up retelling of the Peter Pan tale, where the Fairies take center stage and Peter has a much smaller part.
- Alabaster, Onyx, and Verdant – or get all three in an omnibus edition for just $2.99!
This is a fast-reading sci-fi series that explores a planet that was colonized by humans hundreds of years ago. The present-day inhabitants have forgotten all about the technological wonders their ancestors left them, but they’re going to have to dig them out and master them in order to survive—because their ancestors colonized this planet for a very specific reason.
- Power Wave and Superior Wave
This superhero duology explores one answer for “where do super powers come from?” and looks at what happens “behind the scenes of the universe” when those powers go too far.
- The Culture of Learning
This is a look at what a true “culture of learning” is inside an organization, and what you can look for to judge if your organization has one—and how to build one, if you want.
- Instructional Design for Mortals
A hundred years of cognitive science and instructional design boiled down into plain-English, actionable steps that you can take to become a better teacher.
- How to Find a Wolf in Siberia (or, How to Troubleshoot Almost Anything)
A straightforward, universal methodology to troubleshooting. How to get yourself in the right mindset, and how to make troubleshooting more science than art.
- And finally, my 2001-2003 travel essay, which follows my little family and I (including five ferrets) as we explored the United States in a recreational vehicle. Humorous, snarky, and honestly a little uplifting.
That’s 9 books for under $21! As always, I appreciate you letting your friends and colleagues know! Every sale helps pay down the mortgage a tiny bit more!