Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Ebooks for your PDA

I have made my ebooks available !!FREE!! to download to your PDA (personal digital assistant or your mobile, blackberry etc.)

Go to www.memoware.com and search for des greene in search box.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Last day of 'Read an eBook Week 2010'

What a successful week it has been!

'The Island' is lying no.9 in the Smashwords Literary Best Seller list and 'About Time' and 'Couples' are 12th and 13th!!!

With just one day remaining I hope the momentum is maintained and the top spot beckons!


Monday, March 8, 2010

People enjoy free ebooks!

Just one day has passed and some sixty five people have availed of the free ebooks for 'Read an eBook Week 2010'

Pass the word about - www.smashwords.com/profile/view/desgreene

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Read an Ebook Week

It is just a few hours into 'Read an eBook Week' and already 5 full downloads of 'The Island' have been made.

These are completely free!!

Hope you all enjoy the works and I'd be delighted to get your comments or feedback.

Happy ereading!!

Friday, March 5, 2010

Read an eBook Week 7-13th March 2010

This is read an eBook week.

As a special incentive to get you all reading eBooks I have set the price of all my ebooks on www.smashwords.com to ZERO!!!!!!!

Hope you enjoy reading your eBooks and if you get a chance I'd welcome any reviews or comments.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

About Time - the cover story!

Thanks to my wife Clare Greene (www.claregreene.com) for the great cover art for my first book "About Time".

It is particularly apt as there is a chapter where Louise and her erstwhile lover undertake to model in the nude for a class of art students. What a happy coincidence!

The Island the cover story!

This shot of a seagull was taken on a trip to Schelig Michael, the island that was the metaphysical inspiration for the philosophical novel "The Island".

Great feeling of freedom to the shot.

New Irish Philosophical Novel

There has been some recent debate in the Irish media about the role of modern Irish writing particularly criticizing it for not addressing modern Irish paradigms.

Well here at last is a modern Irish philosophical novel - "The Island" - available from www.amazon.com as of this week.

This novel ignores the long tradition of Catholic-laden Irish experience and seeks to look forward with confidence in an emerging Irish philosophical voice.

Unlike the spiritual metaphysics of the late John Moriarty, this novel sees the world of the philosophy of science as the basis for a new ontological reality.