Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Free: Dispatches from a Public Librarian

I have collected the first 34 "Dispatches from a Public Librarian" along with other library-themed essays/stories in an eBook, and it's yours free if you want to read them. Just go to this link and it's yours.

If you have Stanza on your iPhone, you can also find it on Feedbooks.

If you have a Nook, you can get a free download directly onto your reader.

It is also on ManyBooks, which converts it to several other formats.

For Kindle users, a .99 version is on the Kindle Store; it is not possible, at this time, to make the book free; if Kindle changes this, I will do so.

3 comments:

Katherine Bryant said...

Thank you! Amusing and enlightening, as always.

Fio said...

I have read what you wrote about Salinger and let me tell you that it was quite moving. He is my favourite writer and I was really sad when he left this world.
Best wishes from Argentina.

Chase said...

woohoo! The first (but not the last) Scott Douglas book :)