Amazon, Carol Ervin novels, ebooks, historical fiction

Finally available in paper–

For readers who are dedicated to physical books, I’m happy to say The Women’s War is now available in paperback, both from CreateSpace and Amazon. It may take a few more days to be available from Barnes & Noble and other distributors in the US and abroad. Women's-War.Final

I’m a Kindle reader now, but back in the day when I browsed bookstores, I always read the cover copy and the opening paragraphs. You can do that easily with Amazon’s “look inside” feature on physical books, and if you have some kind of kindle e-reader (free for computer, ipad, and phone) you can have a free sample of an ebook sent to your device.

I know the decline of brick and mortar bookstores is an unhappy fact for some readers, but for those of us who do not have a bookstore in our neighborhood, or for those who prefer having a 3″ x 5″ library of thousands of titles we can read in any size type we choose, ebooks have contributed to our quality of life.

But I digress. This post is about paperbacks. The best thing about a physical book is that it can be shared with family and friends or donated to your library. Here again are links to mine. Thanks for reading!

CreateSpace and Amazon.