Dancing with the Dead Update

March 23rd, 2017 11 Comments

For all you young whippersnappers out there (I’m referring to all of you under 108) who like to use electronic devices, my publisher has informed me that Dancing with the Dead is now available from BearManor Media as an e-book, here: (http://selz.co/Vy5b2VSsG). I understand the convenience of these devices, but I’m afraid this ancient Luddite will never see any form of electronic device that feels as good in my hands, or smells as good, as an old-fashioned, three-dimensional, paper-and-binding book. But the e-book is out there, and I do hope you enjoy Dancing with the Dead in whatever medium you choose to read it.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m with you. I don’t particularly enjoy reading on my computer. I, too, prefer holding a book in my hands and turning the pages. Just old-fashioned I guess. I only wish your other books were available in paper.
    jr

  2. Anonymous says:

    Totally agree with you on getting the ‘real deal’. I frequent a site called Thriftbooks to get my ‘fix’ of books, though will occasionally go to Books a Million to see what is on their shelves.

    In one book that I purchased from Thriftbooks, I found a ticket for two adults to ride the train to Paris France……that sounds like a start of a good story!

    Will keep my eyes open for your latest!!

    Mary Ellen
    Arkansas

  3. Anonymous says:

    Dear JP,
    A Luddite with a blog that decries the digital realm is a bit contradictory.
    That being said, the book is now listed on your Wikipedia pages so that whippersnappers might find it more easily.
    Thank you for entertaining,
    Ken from Dallas

    • I hadn’t bothered to look at my Wikipedia page, so your comment intrigued me. I’m delighted to see that “Dancing with the Dead” is listed, but I was a little stunned to see they had me appearing in movies I never did (my wife, Darleen, starred in “Once an Eagle,” so maybe that’s why they got confused on that one) as well as in movies I’ve never even heard of. It makes you realized just how unreliable internet sources can be.
      JP

      • Anonymous says:

        I have added things like the “Dancing with the Dead”, but never thought to delete things. Maybe your becoming a cowboy and donning the mustache caused people to confuse you with Sam Elliot?
        Ken from Dallas

      • Anonymous says:

        Once an Eagle is gone now. Upon review I am pretty sure you were confused with Andrew Stevens.
        Ken from Dallas.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hello Jameson
    I’m going to order your book this weekend. I have to agree with everyone else. I much prefer a paper book over an e-reader. My husband bought me an e-reader about 5 years ago and I haven’t used it in about 4 years. I would get frustrated with the damn thing. I always had to make sure it was charged. If I wanted to look back at a particular passage it was tough to find and then I couldn’t always get my place back. Give me an old fashioned book any day.
    Nancy Ontario Canada

  5. Anonymous says:

    The only way I could read some of your books was by reading them on Kindle. That is how I read “Changing Earth and Changing sky.”

  6. Anonymous says:

    I too love books. my problem is I can’t get rid of any so my book
    cases are full.
    loved dancing with the dead. the way you wrote the story of Tony
    reminded me of one of my favorite writers…Eudora Welty.
    She would have. loved it.
    James

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