Books by Brindle Chase

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Got some Nookie

My beautiful wife got me a Nook for Christmas and I am sooooo pleased. Here's my initial impression:

Setup: Getting the Nook up and running is very simple. First you charge it fully, which takes about 4 hours, then you're good to go. Without reading the instructions, I was able to figure out the navigation in a few minutes. Easy as pie. The only trouble I had, was connecting to my home wi-fi connection, but that was because the touch pad on the Nook is very sensitive and takes a little getting used, plus my wi-fi password is 26 characters long. Had to do it 3 times to get it right. *lol*

Loading books works easily, especially if you plug into a computer that has them all. Just drag and drop and they appear in your Nook's libary. The only bad thing is, that Amazon kindle books will not work on the Nook (boo, hiss!), but that is because Amazon intentionally made it that way, not Barnes & Noble. The good is, that all other eBook vendors books do work on the Nook.

Reading is super easy. Touch the "my library" icon and your books appear. Scroll down to the book you want and open it and you are reading!!! The screen is clear, crisp and reads like paper. Some PDFs have screwy page breaks, but none of the story is lost and its rare, so I didn't feel it was bothersome.

So, that's it so far... More as I play with it more!

Monday, December 27, 2010

Great Marks for Gothic City Lights

Gothic City Lights received another great review from Raven over at . Check it out!!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Diva-Licious gets some!

Just in time for christmas, I received this wonderful review from The Romance Reviews. Check it out!!!

Monday, December 13, 2010

What to get HIM for xmas!

Lilith, the heroine from my novel Gothic City Lights is over at Ex Libris, blogging about what to get your man for Christmas!! She has some excellent advice. Check it out!

Friday, December 10, 2010

A man's perspective on romance

Today I am guest blogging over at Four Strong Women, answering any and all questions you might have, but from the romance hero's perspective. Come join the fun, and bring those burning questions you'd like answered from Jack, the romance hero.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Bad muse! Bad, bad muse!!

My muse is wonderful most of the time. She whispers the basic plots of wonderfully romantic and erotic stories that I eventually craft into books. But she won't shut up... ever. She didn't come with an instruction manual either and no matter how thoroughly I search her, I can't find an off switch. No pause button, no return to voicemail option... nothing.

I'm currently in edits on one book, working on seven other projects as well, and have 30 other books in reserve, not counting all the ones I just had to forget... but she's been climbing all over my back with a new story and won't shut up. It's a great story... and I will write it, but I have too many others ahead of it... it'll be years!!

Anyone have any tips on how to subdue a hyperactive muse?