I'm soo excited that Silent Night, a Rock Harbor Christmas Novella, releases today! It's a digital only edition. It was so fun to go back to Rock Harbor, and I know the characters and setting so well it practically wrote itself. The story takes place right after Cry in the Night ends so you'll be able to fill in the pieces between that story and Tidewater Inn. Here are the links to check it out: Kindle Barnes and Noble. Isn't the cover gorgeous?
Some readers have been voicing their disappointment that it's digital only, so I thought I'd see what you all think. Do you have an e-reader or will you need to download it to a Kindle or Nook app on your computer to read it? What do you think of the whole digital revolution? Are you onboard enthusiastically or dragging your feet? LOL
I dug my heels in for a while. I finally got a Kindle two years ago, then also purchased a Nook about six months ago. I like the screen on the Nook the best, but I like going to the next page with the Kindle best. Not crazy about the tapping on the Nook. With the Kindle, I can rest my thumb on the button and just press when it's time to go to the next page. I'm hoping Nook comes out with a button version at some point, but it's probably a vain hope. Most people like the touchscreen but I'm not a big fan when it comes to the e-reader. I think I'm the minority there though.
So let me know what you think about digital books. Fun topic!