Bernie is in fine form and I love the many nods to other grand masters of the genre! Sep 15, Gail Stewart rumsey rated it really liked it. This is actually a short story, a classic locked room mystery. Skip to content Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats.
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I like short stories. Most excellent. Looking forward to reading more and to reading through the archives.
Their occasional impertinence is a small price to pay for the pleasure of their company. I wonder how much your sales are driven by your name. You are a well-known author, after all. Still, as a writer hoping to make a living from the craft, I appreciate this little lesson.
“The Burglar Who Smelled Smoke” features Bernie Rhodenbarr, the lighthearted and lightfingered hero of ten mystery novels. You'll note that it bears a joint. The Burglar Who Smelled Smoke By Lawrence Block - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
Thanks, Mr Block! Thanks, Adam. QED, I guess. The royalty scheme for Amazon frustrates me a bit. I did contribute a few bucks to your retirement fund over the weekend. I really believe that the short story is due for a revival. I started writing short stories as a way to practice technique before beginning work on a serial killer novel.
A few years later, I have more than stories, on a strangely odd assortment of topics serial killer stuff, yeah, but also a lot of sports stories and even one about a talking turtle.
I ran a small 3 student fiction seminar in the spring. At least one of the writings in that seminars seems to have re-dedicated herself to her writing. Sales for a non-established writer? I even tried to break off one of the individual stories into its own eBook. I shot the cover photo crouching in the bushes outside my house and taking photos of a lower level window.
Happily, nobody called the cops to report suspicious activity.
My next project is a set of two novellas that will serve as the foundation for a series of books about a detective character. Thanks, Kosmo. Some interesting observations here. Lawrence, my romantic short stories singles and the collections have been selling quite while on amazon and nook. Maybe people like reading shorts on their iphones? I go through Smashwords, which distributes to retailers like Sony, itunes, Kobo etc. While it certainly helps to have a fan base, short stories by unknown authors can also be successful. A lot more. David, thanks.
I found your post very encouraging. I love short stories; I love to read them and love to write them. I now have over a dozen individual short stories, a few short memoirs, two collections, and a book-length memoir for sale at Kindle and Smashwords.
What I like about this new revolution in publishing is that it is new for everyone. We are all learning at the same time.
Thank you for aiding in my continuing education. And thank you, John, for aiding in mine. Five other stories have sold well over copies each this month, with one of them closing in on with a week left in the month. Unfathomable, all of it. Now you can. I love writing and reading short stories! I want to write five short horror stories before Halloween and put them in a collection and the best part about indie publishing is that you can do things like that, think of an idea and get it in front of potential customers all in the span of a month.
Thanks for this, Mr. Email Address. Whither the Short Story? Good morning, class. Good morning, sir. Arnold, did you say something? No, sir.