Orcutt Books Holiday Sale!

XmasbooksSince October, I’ve been back at work on a few new projects, including new Dakota Stevens adventures, and to celebrate how well the writing has been going, I’m putting all of my books on sale.

From December 20 through January 3 (on most platforms), all of my books are on sale at the bargain price of $2.99! This sale applies to the Dakota Stevens Mystery Series, One Hundred Miles from Manhattan, and The Man, The Myth, The Legend. These make great, inexpensive gifts for yourself or fellow readers on your shopping list.

You can purchase my books at this sale price (as much as 50% off) for NOOK, iTunes, Google Play and Kobo. Unfortunately, this sale price does not apply to Kindle.

Here’s the page where you can buy my books for all of the platforms mentioned above: Buy Books.

While my books sell over the holidays, I’ll be working on my new projects. This year has been largely one of rest and creative recovery for me, but I’m looking forward to putting out great work in 2016. I want to wish all of my readers a healthy and prosperous 2016. Thank you for your ongoing support.

—Chris

 

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I’m writing my first drafts in pencil…

 

And my sister, Mandy, is typing them up.

And my sister, Mandy (not pictured), is typing them up. :)

 

 

 

 

 

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By Chris Orcutt

Writer — The Dakota Stevens Mystery Series, Short fiction, Plays — Editor & Speechwriter for Hire — Avid Golfer, Chess Player & Awesome Wood-Splitter — Twitter: @chrisorcutt

Comments (2)

  1. Paul December 20, 2015 at 8:15 pm

    Stephen King writes all of his manuscripts in pencil or ink. He used to be a typewriter man (and later the old school word processing programs), but gave it all up for the flow of the manual stylus. And of course there is Steinbeck. I always keep Palomino Blackwings around because they are far superior to the Staples yuck manufactured in Vietnam. Good pencils are worth their weight to any creative person, as the possibilities on offer are truly endless. Fetish or obsession? Not really. Just common sense. This is probably the only slideshow on the internet worth viewing:

    http://flavorwire.com/410384/the-writing-tools-of-20-famous-authors/

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