A Note on Downloading…

  We’ve discussed Piracy at length here at Cadre One Publishing, and the discussions aren’t as one-sided as you’d think. It always begins the same: we’ll see a sudden dip in our sales, and we know our books have been posted to (yet another) illegal download site. So we go find them and send out […]

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Branching Out

Howdy, folks. Being a micro publisher means we can try a few things to maximize efficiency, experiment with them to see how they work. Another way of saying it is that our day jobs keep getting in the way, so we do as much as we can in the time we have. One distributor seemed […]

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Story Bundle

Howdy hey, folks- Remember last month when we gave away Black Hawks for free? Said we had something big up our sleeves, right? Usually, we’re just talking a lot of smack. But not this time. We’re very proud to announce that Angry Ghosts has been selected for  Sci-Fi Saturday Night’s Story Bundle! Sci-Fi Saturday Night is more than […]

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To the point…

“When one does not know what to say, it is time to be silent” Yul Brynner delivered that line in the movie, The King and I. Being direct ourselves, we appreciate that sort of candor and find ourselves quite willing to give it, especially to all the little Napoleons in their giant gas pigs who […]

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Local Author Extravaganza

December 26th, Allen Farnham will be attending the Local Author Extravaganza at the Shrewsbury, MA Borders Bookstore. The timing is perfect, because after you’re done returning all the Christmas tree embroidered sweaters and Paisley ties you got this year, you’ll have the chance to spend that fat wad of cash in your pocket on something […]

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Happy Frakkin’ Holidays

C.O.P.- “As for you, Farnham, let’s keep those chapters coming. We’re starting to feel a bit…Inquisitional.”

Farnham- “You don’t scare me. I worked retail…”

C.O.P.- “We all had a job in retail once…”

Farnham- “…for thirteen years.”

(Awkward silence broken by shuffling feet.)

C.O.P.- “We’ll sing Christmas Carols.”

(Air in office occults with tangible fear)

Farnham- “That’s wanton.”

(staring contest ensues)

C.O.P- “I played my drum for Him, pa rum pum pum pum…”

(Maniacal shrieks. A door slams. MacBook start up tone sounds, followed by clacks of key strokes)

And business resumes…

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