New Nook Links

Simply Irresistible, a contemporary romance by Deborah Cooke and first in the Flatiron Five series.I’m in the midst of changing how my books get to the Nook store, so the links will be changing. Previously, I published my books directly to the Nook store, but now I’ll be simplying my life and using Draft2Digital to get my books there.

This means that the links in the endmatter of the digital books won’t work as well, at least not once I have all the book files shifted over and updated. Right now, I’ve changed the distribution for Flatiron Five and for A Berry Merry Christmas. I’ll continue to work on updating files and links this week. I also cancelled the pre-order for Snowbound that was listed directly through Nook—when the book file is final, Snowbound will reappear on the Nook store with a new pre-order listing. I’ll share the link when it’s live.

Snowbound, #1 of the Secret Heart Ink series of contemporary romances by Deborah CookeThe pre-orders for A Duke by Any Other Name and Wyvern’s Angel will remain live at Nook until the publication dates are passed – I’ll shift the source of the content after that. (You’ll probably see a duplicate listing appear in the Nook store for a few days.) All new pre-orders will be set up via D2D.

I also had some print editions loaded directly to Nook (for Simply Irresistible, the Champions of St. Euphemia and the True Love Brides) but I’ve taken them down, as well. The fewer places I need to load files to keep them updated, the more time I have to write.

If you find a dead link, just come back to the website to get the right one. 🙂

Thanks for your patience during this transition!

New Links

If you’ve been cruising my book pages here on the website, you may have noticed that there are new buy links. One recent addition is GooglePlay, since my books are now available there.

I also added some territory-specific Amazon links, since many of you have been asking after these. Now there are direct links for Amazon.com (which was there before) as well as Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de and Amazon.ca.

Kobo and iBooks automatically redirect browsers to the appropriate territory affiliate and display, based on the geographic location of the ISP, but Amazon only does that in some cases. Here’s hoping they get that straightened out, as I don’t want to have 11 Amazon links in a row! The only button I might add yet is Amazon Australia. Tell me, Aussies, is that a link you’d like to see here? Or does Amazon redirect you?

Google Play

As of today, my books are available at GooglePlay. This is a job I’ve been meaning to do but has been in my job jar for at least a year. I just wasn’t getting to it, so this past week, the amazing Amy Atwell leapt in for me and took care of it all.

You can find my Delacroix books on GooglePlay right here.

You can find my Cooke books on GooglePlay right here.

My next job is to populate my website here with GooglePlay buy links, but I’ll get there.