Monthly Archives: May 2012

Ebooks have a big place on the shelf

This photo, taken by my friend Linda Cahill, shows the display of Safe Harbor paperbacks at Indigo in Toronto’s Manulife Centre. I’m tickled to see that my baby is positioned right above Val McDermid, on of my favourite crime writers! … Continue reading

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Safe Harbor: sales are starting

Safe Harbor sailed out of the free zone last night. This morning I found that it had more than 30,000 downloads over the three days: 27,260 in the United States, 2,874 in Britain, 52 in Germany, 10 in France, four … Continue reading

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Safe Harbor’s last free day: over 25,000 downloads

A four-star review of Safe Harbor and an interview with me on Paula Schuck’s blogsite, Thriftymommasbrainfood. “Pat Tierney is a strong female character, not a pushover, and not a twenty-year-old blonde bimbo. She has much potential for follow-up novels,” Paula … Continue reading

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Safe Harbor sails around the world

Today, the second day of Safe Harbor‘s free promo, still has hours left to go. But Imajin Books publisher Cheryl Tardif just reported total downloads of 19,270 just from Amazon.com alone. Mindboggling! There have also been hundreds of downloads in … Continue reading

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