Well, my books are up at Powells.com.
Glow comes up immediately when you type Glow into the search feature. Same with Zellie Wells trilogy. Of course, they’re only available in paperback.
Glimpse and Glimmer come up if you change your search parameters to Electronic. They aren’t available in paperback.
There aren’t any synopses on any of them, but all the Goodreads reviews transferred over for Glow.
If you’re a fan of random pricing, you can get Glimpse for $2.99, Glimmer for $4.43, Glow for $10.75 and the trilogy for $24.75.
Needless to say, I’m a bit underwhelmed with accomplishing this particular dream. Therefore, I think I’m going to wait a while longer to post links until all the formats and prices even out. (Dear God, help a girl out. Surely you’ve got some pull at Google, those people owe you big time.)
I do get a kick out of seeing the books on the Powell’s site, though.
Now over at Google ebooks (which is responsible for all of this weirdness, as they are the distributor) I’m not so forgiving. They deserve the WTF of the year award. They’ve managed to import the reviews and synopsis for Glimpse from Amazon… along with the old cover, a random price and the predominant keyword of “death.”
Say you’re perusing Google books and you feel like reading about death. Glimpse comes up. You’re confused by the synopsis, but you see that it has lots of good reviews and a strangely alluring cover with a picture of a diner on it. You click on it. What you find is a different cover (although just as alluring) with a smiling girl on the front. What does this chick have to do with death? The description indicates that she’s the stalker of a boy named Avery, but it doesn’t appear that he dies or that she tries to kill him. Hmm. Maybe this keyword cloud at the bottom here will give me some insight. Who the hell is Jenny Pox? Why is I’ll highlighted? Why is Zellie’s? Zellie’s what?
Your guess is as good as mine, strange person that wants to read about death.
Your guess is as good as mine.