Books, Writing

Me and my book at Amazon (and elsewhere)


After wrestling with spell-check and formatting yesterday, my author page is now live at Amazon: Maria Haskins at Amazon. And you can also pre-order my book at and other Amazon outlets: Odin’s Eye at Amazon.

Release date is March 16! (Yes, I am getting excited about this!)

Amazon’s ebooks are all in Kindle-format, so you will either need a Kindle device (I love mine), or you can download the free Kindle App (available for most devices) to read it.

If you would like to buy the book in other formats, it will be available at on March 16th in a wider variety of e-reader formats: Odin’s Eye at Smashwords.

The book is also available for pre-order from Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and from Apple iBooks.

I know not everyone is able to use the pre-order links, depending on what country you’re in: if you can’t get it anywhere else, you should still be able to get it from Smashwords starting March 16.

About Odin’s Eye:

Inspired by past and present science fiction masters like Ray Bradbury, Ursula K Le Guin, Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asimov, these twelve short stories explore the human condition in a future where space travel, cloning, genetic manipulation and other technological advances affect the world and every human being.
With evocative language, and a sharp focus on human strengths and frailties in the face of change, pain, love, and loneliness, Odin’s Eye explores both outer space, and the inner workings of the human mind.

In each story, we glimpse the lives of characters in a distant, or maybe not so distant, future. Each one is facing a choice or challenge that will change their lives, and might also affect the fate of humanity itself.

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