Mark Terry

Saturday, January 08, 2011


January 8, 2011

Sometimes I need to figure out what I've published. That's not necessarily true of everything I've written, but I thought I would lay it out here, just FYI.

Derek Stillwater thrillers
The Devil's Pitchfork (available as e-books on Kindle and the B&N Nook, as well as used in trade paperback)
The Serpent's Kiss (available as e-books on Kindle and the B&N Nook, as well as used in trade paperback)
The Fallen (available as a hardcover and as an e-book in several different formats)
The Valley of Shadows (publication date, June 7, 2011, available for pre-order here)

For Children (e-books, currently available only on Amazon Kindle; I plan to make them available in paper and in other e-book formats this year)
Monster Seeker
The Battle For Atlantis

Edge (formerly Dancing In The Dark)--available on Amazon Kindle and will be available in trade paperback in the next month or so
Catfish Guru (trade paperback only; a collection of 2 mystery novellas)
Dirty Deeds (trade paperback only)
Hot Money (e-book only on Amazon Kindle; expect to make it available on other e-book platforms and in paper in the next couple months)

31-1/2 Essentials For Running Your Medical Practice by Dr. John Guiliana and Dr. Hal Ornstein with Mark Terry

Short Fiction
"Murder at the Heartbreak Hotel" published in the Berkley collection, SHOW BUSINESS IS MURDER. I believe it's available in mass market paperback and probably somewhere in hard cover.

"Just As Dead." This was originally published by an online publisher whose name eludes me right now, but it's been reprinted on my website on the Writings page.

"11 Minutes." This is a Derek Stillwater short story that is published on the Writings page.

I also want to point out that on the Writings page there is a free downloadable PDF called On Writing that covers a huge amount of ground on fiction writing techniques.

Mark Terry


Anonymous Eric Mayer said...

Nice list. It certainly is growing. It is good to sometimes contemplate what you've done. Mary and I keep a bibliography on our website and refresh it as necessary.

6:28 PM  
Blogger Mark Terry said...

It's sometimes helpful to remind yourself of your "body of work," I think. It's awfully easy to get caught up in the headaches of your current writing situation.

6:37 AM  
Anonymous Jim said...

Mark, I think you have mentioned Kristine Kathryn Rusch in the past (but I can't recall for sure) -- but I thought her recent comments on e-books and publishing would interest you if you haven't already read them.

By the way, The Valley of Shadows does not yet show on Amazon as available for pre-order.

7:21 AM  
Blogger Mark Terry said...

I have been reading Kristine's blog posts. (As well as her husband's, which are also very interesting).

Thanks for the head's up re. Shadows. I imagine it will be soon. I just received my Advanced Reading Copies Saturday, so I imagine it's all happening soon.

7:36 AM  
Blogger Mark Terry said...

It is available. I've added the link to it.

7:39 AM  
Anonymous Jim said...

Thanks. June 7th a box will magically appear on my front porch and I will open it to find The Valley of Shadows. (One of these days I will probably surrender and buy a Kindle but for now I am sticking with dead tree editions.)

5:31 AM  

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