We were doing some “housekeeping” at Amazon and noticed there were some unredeemed promotional copies lying around. Rather than turn them back in to Amazon, here they are for you. First come, first served: just click on the links below… Read More ›
Invertebrate Glossary at Kirkus Reviews and Barnes & Noble
Kirkus Reviews has published their review of A Basic Glossary of Invertebrate Zoology, and it is highly complimentary. Having an independent review of a reference book is so important for buyers to feel comfortable that they are getting solid, expert information…. Read More ›
The Strange Ecology of a Book
I’ll start with some very happy news, which is that BioQuip, an old and much-loved biological supply company, is now selling A Basic Glossary of Invertebrate Zoology. I pitched it to them last year, hoping they would list the book among… Read More ›
New Release & Free Kindle Editions Until 12/18
Yay! After a year I have finished “The Wiring Diagram,” which is about a historical document from the papers of Margaret Thatcher at Churchill College of the University of Cambridge. The Kindle version of it will be free for the… Read More ›
Who Spends A Whole Day Reading A Dictionary?
Imagine my surprise to see that someone read every page of my invertebrate glossary one day via Kindle. That’s great; I sure hope I helped some student pass his or her final exams. But isn’t it strange to read so many pages… Read More ›
“A Great Service”
What a nice comment we received about the Invertebrate Zoology Glossary today: “I’ll have to get this for my invert zoo class! You have done a great service.” There’s nothing more gratifying than to hear you’re the solution to someone else’s problem!
Introducing: A Basic Glossary of Invertebrate Zoololgy
The new book is live on Amazon! See the video above for a quick introduction. Amazon will take a few days to set up the “Look Inside” feature for the print edition, so we’ve posted some pages below to let… Read More ›