photo by Pam Hildreth
Biting Duck Press announces the opening of on-line bookstore section on the Biting Duck / Boson website. You can reach it by clicking HERE or use the link button below their logo on the left hand side of this page.
Just surfaced in the Spanish language newspaper, Chris's remarks on the market for ebooks being world-wide.
Due to improvements in software, and the necessity of being able to access websites on the move via mobile phones and tablets etc., we have to migrate to a newer format. This means we have call in the builders because the pages will get knocked about a bit in transit. We shall try and minimise the dis-ruption but if you encounter pages that seem a bit, er, all over the place, then please come back a bit later and hopefully they'll be sorted! Thank you for your patience
Biting Duck Press are introducing a new retailers’ “partners” scheme. If you own a business, you can display cards showing book jackets which customers can scan either in-store or later to order ebooks from the publisher. The scan will also include the merchant’s personal code which
will generate a percentage from the sale. The full press release can be read HERE which includes contacts.
The Bitingduck Press have announced they are merging with Boson publishers, but hope to continue expanding and developing the Boson imprint. We wish Jay Nadeau and all the team at Bitingduck the best, without forgetting Nancy and David McAllister at CM Online who have worked so diligently establishing Boson since 1994.
You've heard of the song Rock Island Line? A Mighty fine road, it's the road to ride? Well Rock Island is on the border of Iowa & Illinois and is served by the River Cities Reader which ran Chris's comments this month about the internet tearing down the fences of communication. See it HERE
"No more fences," is a line familiar to many Texas readers, and The Gilmer Mirror ran it as a headline to a piece heralding the use of video trailers for Chris's westerns. Click HERE
December 2nd 2011
The USA's Oregon Herald on-line ran a feature on Chris. See it HERE
November 25th 2011
Indiavision referred to Chris as a "Tata Western Author" because at one time he worked for Tata, the giant Indian steelmaker in the UK, informing their readers book trailers could now be accessed on YouTube. _________________________________________________________
October 20th 2011
Today, this website has been on-line for exactly one year.
Chris would like to thank all the newspaper and magazine
editors who have given space to his endeavours, and
especially the thousands of people who have visited this website, and who Chris hopes found enough of interest to encourage them to return.
In No More Fences, published on 19th October in The Word, Canberra & Queanbeyan's community on-line magazine in Australia, Chris discussed advancements in digital technology which are makiing the world noticably smaller.
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