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Blog Archive October 2009

THE LAND OF SMILES TRILOGY AVAILABLE ON KINDLE

The availability of my earlier novels has been a problem for many years. The new technology has come to the rescue. The new format is called an ebook. The best known provider of ebook downloads is Amazonís Kindle reader. My Calvino novels published by Grove/Atlantic in New York are on Kindle.

 

The Land of Smiles trilogy was published in the early 1990s in Thailand. A Killing Smile, A Bewitching Smile and A Haunting Smile are set during one of the most chaotic times in recent Thai history. All of the books remain in print. Alas, they have not been widely available outside of Thailand.

 

Now things have changed. There is a new way to deliver and read books.

You can download the entire series on a Kindle for about the same price as ordering one of the books online from Thailand.

 

A Killing Smile

 

The first in the trilogy is the classic: A Killing Smile. It can be downloaded in the States for $8.95.

 

A Bewitching Smile

 

A Bewitching Smile is available for a Kindle download also for $8.95.

 

A Haunting Smile

 

A Haunting Smile can be downloaded for Kindle for $8.95.

 

Hopefully the ebook edition (which is the same as the trade paper back edition) will bring a new group of readers to the Land of Smiles series. Pass the word along to friends and family.

Posted: 11/5/2009 12:24:18 AM 

 

LOSING YOUR SENSE OF TIME

It doesnít happen often but when it does there the effect has the same disorientation as cultural shock. I am talking about the twisted mental state that comes from crossing an international date line. Last Monday I left Cooper Square Street at 6.30 p.m., walked across the street and caught a taxi to Centre Street. The fare for that short trip was with tip $8 or about the same it cost for the 27K journey from my condo in Bangkok to the airport. But that is another matter. The EVA shuttle picked me up at 7.00 for Newark Airport. The flight departed on time at 11.00 p.m. and I caught some sleep on the seven hour flight to Anchorage. After topping up the fuel tank and crew change we were off two hours later. It was 12 hours flight time to Taipei. Another two hours on the ground for the final three-hour plus flight into Bangkok.

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Posted: 10/30/2009 5:22:08 AM 

 

 

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