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Null Pointer Gifted to Chief TWiT

My good friend Nate McIntyre visited TWiT this Sunday and gave Leo Laporte a copy of my book. I hope he gets a chance to read it or at least pass it on to other folks who would like it. Here it is on the Chief TWiT’s desk. How cool is that?    

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First Thursday Signing, September First

I’ll be doing a book signing at Rediscovered Books on 8th Street, in Boise next month. I’m the featured author for First Thursday. Looking forward to meeting and talking with the people of my home city. I’ll be selling and signing copies of my mystery novel, NullPointer. So tell all your friends to come out and see me […]

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Membership Drive For PFAI

Calling all fellow writers and readers. Popular Fiction Assoc. of Idaho who puts together the Mayhem in the Grove conference (formerly known as Murder in the Grove) are seeking new members to join our group. Since our conference is now open to all genre fiction, we would like to invite people from all local writing […]

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QR Codes on Novels

There’s an interesting post on The Book Designer blog by author Camille Picott, about using QR codes on books. I use a QR code on the cover of Null Pointer and I believe you will start to see them cropping up on all over the place in a few years. My personal imprint, GB Press […]

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Null Pointer, the GOOD and the BAD

There are two versions of Null Pointer out there in the wild. The only official version is the one by Johnny Batch. If you get one by Ken McConnell, it is no longer supported by GB Press. There are still some of those Code Ball cover versions available both in ebook and paperback, but they […]

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GBAD Election

This post is only for my readers who live in Boise, ID. I don’t post about politics much at all around here. But this time, I will make an exception. Here’s why. On the ballot here in Boise on Tuesday May 17 is a vote for two open seats on the Greater Boise Auditorium District […]

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Null Pointer Paperback on Amazon

FYI, you can now purchase Null Pointer in paperback from Amazon. If you are a fan of paperbacks, you will love this book. I think its the finest book GB Press have ever produced. Fits in your hand perfectly with the new 5 x 8 size and just looks professional in every way. The best […]

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Final Proof Complete

The Null Pointer paperback is ready for sale on Createspace for $9.95. It will be on Amazon soon. I’ll keep everyone up to speed on that. In the mean time, I’m back to plotting the next Joshua Jones book.

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The Safe Cracker

It looks like my short story, The Safe Cracker is now available for purchase on Amazon’s Kindle. This story is features Detective Bill Plait from Null Pointer. The story was inspired by a good friend of mine who is a safe cracker. If it sells well on Kindle, I will consider putting it up on […]

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Null Pointer Confusion

The ebook for Null Pointer has started to appear on Nook and Kindle. You may notice two versions out there for a few months. The book was originally released under my real name – Ken McConnell in 2009. Lackluster sales and confusion with my Science Fiction books caused me to create a pen name and […]

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