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All Cori Rubio Books Are Online!

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It has finally happened! All six of the Cori Rubio books are now available for purchase on Kindle!

As previously announced, these books will be available only on Kindle for the time being, so that we can enroll in KDP Select. Please let us know if this is an inconvenience for you, or if you’d like to be notified when they are available on iBooks, Nook, or Kobo.

Black Friday Free Books!

PrintFor a limited time, all of my books will be free on iBooks. Regular price is $5.99.

You can find them hereCori book 1Cori book 2, and States.

The price change request has been submitted, but there might be a few hours of delay in some markets. If this happens, please try again in a couple of hours.

Cori Rubio book 3 is on its way, as are the rest of the series. We are planning to have them all up by the end of next year, at the latest. Amazingly, we’ve been ahead of schedule every step of the way, so it may be sooner.

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All of my books are genre-defying, so perhaps it’s time for some genre-defying marketing. Please let me know if you have any suggestions!

Kobo and Nook Technical Difficulties

Cori Rubio books 1 and 2 are available now on Kobo and Nook, but the technical problems persist.

On Kobo, purchased books do not show up in the library. We’ve been assured that this was a matter of time.

On Nook, there is a weird formatting problem on the iPhone app; looks like some kind of a hard return problem. We do not yet have a solution for this. It works fine if viewed on a Web browser.

We will keep you posted. Let us know if you have any difficulties.

[Updated 6/11/15: Kobo is working fine now.]

Cori Rubio Book 1 Is On

Cover 1Cori Rubio Book 1, It Doesn’t Make Any Sense, is now available on Kindle and iBooks.

Cori Rubio Book 2, People Have This Thing Called “Free Will”, will be next. We are hoping for the end of June, but it may spill into July.

This is all happening sooner than we planned, thanks to everyone’s hard work. I can’t remember for sure, and computer file dates are giving me ambiguous information, but I think I started working on these books in 2009 or 2010. Above all, I’m happy that they are seeing the light of day!