While I'm still contemplating bringing out old and new short-story collections as ebooks, Gollancz, my British publishers, have published five of my backlist novels in electronic format. They include: Four Hundred Billion Stars
and Eternal Light
, early examples of new space opera that chronicle the adventures of Dorthy Yoshida as she travels to the centre of the galaxy and back again; Red Dust
, my Martian ninjapunk novel; Pasquale's Angel
, my alternative history Renaissancepunk novel; and Fairyland
, my first biopunk novel. Each for the very reasonable price of £4.49, or $7.33, on Kindle. They're also available, I'm told, as ibooks, but I'm one of the few authors who haven't converted to Apple, so I haven't been able to check.
Four Hundred Billion Stars
, by the way, is my first novel, published by Del Rey as a paperback way back in 1988. I wrote it on a manual typewriter, and because photocopying was expensive in those days, I typed the final version on a sandwich of bond, carbon, and bank paper (I still have the carbon copy, somewhere). Now it's out there in the cloud. Science fiction!