By Earth: Thorn Coyle

T. Thorn Coyle is a fantastic writer. If you’re in the mood for a story full of paranormal goodness, I’m sure you’ll be thrilled with the fact that the first book of her “Witches of Portland” series is free for a limited time on Amazon. Just sayin’.

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My Kobo Cup Runneth Over

Dear Kobo, have I ever told you I love you? I’m happy to note today that a whole bunch of my stuff is on special discounts on Kobo for a very short time. I’ll lay them all out here as best as I can. START A NEW SERIES? First, we’ve got the “Start a New […]

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Cat Toy of Choice: Green Things

Seeing that I have pretty much always been a cat person, we have pretty much always had a cat around. So, yeah, I know they can be amazing little things. About a year and a half ago, our household was graced by the presence of Sophie Angel Purrsalot, Queen of Ritz Court (sometimes informally added […]

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Starclash Available for Pre-order!

I’m quite excited to note that Starclash, book 4 of my SF series Stealing the Sun is now available for pre-order at Amazon, iBooks, and Kobo. Here’s the fun blurb that accompanies it—which, coming from Mike, makes it another of those uber-cool moments. “STARCLASH proves once again that Ron Collins is a master of the […]

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Starflight is published!

Yeah, I know. It’s been a little commercial around here the past week or two. Sorry about that, but I suppose it’s to be expected when you’re a writer and pubilcation day is … uh … here! That’s right! Starflight, Book 1 of Stealing the Sun, is now available to actually read. Even better, Starburst, […]

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Stealing the Sun, the short story

This is very cool, eh? In celebration of the November 29th launch of Starflight, the first in my new five-book series, Skyfox Publishing has released an electronic version of the short story that started it all. “Stealing the Sun” is now available at most online vendors. Stealing the Sun first appeared in the October 1999 […]

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My Kobo Map

One of the more awesome features on any indie distributor’s sites is Kobo’s sales map. It’s a screen from behind the scene that an Indie publisher can use to quickly see where in the world their audience is. I took a gander at mine earlier today, and thought it was pretty danged cool to see […]

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