Not so long ago, I posted an interview with Pablo D’Stair at Sea Minor.
In what ways he stood out, I’m not going to try to explain (you can find that out for yourself), but I’ll point out one. He was the first, and is still the only, person who sees e-books as an opportunity for those publishing paper books. That’s right. Now I happen to agree with his take, that the publishers who thrive against their e-competitors are going to have to do something special. And Pablo will.
He’s soon to release a series of his novels as well as Dirty Old Town through his KUBOA.
Anyway, he’s also making a name for himself (and it’s some name, isn’t it?) with a novella he’s putting out chapter by chapter across a series of blogs.
It’s titled This Letter To Norman Court and it is quite outstanding. Check out his style and you’ll see what I mean. It’s stripped and yet rich – not a common alchemy.
Best thing to do is to go over to This Letter To Norman Court’s page and he’ll explain better than I can the concept he’s running with.
You can read it for free and, if you do, I know you’ll be glad you made the effort.
You’ll be calling him Pablo D’Star before you know it.