The iTunes Store recently added three titles, each in a different literary category, by the American author Aberjhani to its iBookstore, making it possible for the first time to download the books and read them on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
The titles include: the paranormal suspense novel Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World; the travel memoir The American Poet Who Went Home Again; and the poetry collection The Bridge of Silver Wings (newly updated in hard copy as The River of Winged Dreams).
“I’m usually too immersed in current projects to realize the significance of such a great development right away,” said the author. “So you’ll never hear me claim to be the most techno-savvy writer on the planet, which is why I’m always glad when the work that I stay so busy producing manages to make a place for itself in the world and others welcome it there as well.”
In addition to his book title, iTunes has also added a free podcast of Aberjhani performing spoken word on a classic broadcast (click number 71 dated Jan 13, 2006) that also features commentaries by fellow authors Mark Rockeymoore and William DeVault.
Causes Aberjhani * Supports
I make contributions to a number of charities through my lenses on Squidoo but the following are a few that interest me the most: