Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) August 8, 2008
Author Mark Jeffrey announced today that the first two books of his scifi/fantasy Max Quick Series are now available as eBooks on the iPhone platform.
Retailing for $5.99 each, the books are immediately available and can be purchased via the iPhone App Store in Apple's iTunes software. The books come with feature-rich ebook reader software, making it so that the Max Quick Series can now literally be carried around in your pocket.
"I'm very excited to see the books available on the iPhone," Mark Jeffrey said. "Right now, there are very few books -- perhaps a hundred or so -- in the App Store, period. And of these, most are public-domain books such as Huck Finn, the Oz books, and so on. So it's doubly exciting to see the Max Quick books join the handful of commercial books offered in the App Store -- I look forward to the next few weeks to see what the response is like."
iTunes App Store Links:
Max Quick Book One: The Pocket and the Pendant
Max Quick Book Two: The Two Travelers
About The Max Quick Series
Chronicling the adventures of Max Quick, a young man with a curious past, the Max Quick Series is a young adult to adult magical realism tale consisting thus far of two books: Max Quick Book One, The Pocket and the Pendant and Max Quick Book Two, The Two Travelers. 'Pocket' has received over 2 million downloads to date, and was recently named by Oscar Nominee Abigail Breslin as one of her favorite books in a nationally syndicated profile.
About Mark Jeffrey
Mark Jeffrey is the author of the Max Quick Series of books and podcast audiobooks. His first podiobook, 'Max Quick 1: The Pocket and the Pendant', has received over 2 million downloads to date, and was named by Oscar (tm) Nominee Abigail Breslin as one of her favorite books. He is currently CTO of Mahalo.com, a human-powered search service. Previously, Mark co-founded ZeroDegrees, a business social network (sold to IAC/InterActiveCorp in 2004). He was CEO and co-founder of SuperSig in 1999. Mark also co-founded The Palace, Inc., an early (1995) avatar chat platform backed by Intel, Time Warner and Softbank with 10 million users (sold to Communities.com in 1998). Mark lives in Santa Monica, California.
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