Master of the Jinn Updates for the Holidays

November 19, 2008

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

Alhamdulilah! Forty days have passed, and so forgive me if this first post updates what has transpired during that time with Master of the Jinn: A Sufi Novel.

Master of the Jinn has been translated and published in German, where it is titled Meister der Jinn. You can buy a copy at the Amazon German website HERE.

The paperback makes an excellent gift for Eid or Christmas :) Order the English version HERE.

Also, Master of the Jinn is now available as an Ebook in Two languages: English and Spanish (El Maestro de los Jinn). If you would like a copy, the cost is only $4.99 for each Ebook ordered. Just email me at:

Irvingk57 at aol dot com

Specify which edition of Master of the Jinn you would like to buy by writing English Ebook or Spanish Ebook in the subject line.

Payment can be made by check, money order, or cash, by sending it to the address listed at the bottom of the page HERE, or through Paypal (at this email address: masterofthejinn at aol dot com). Once you have paid by mail or Paypal, email me and I will send you the ebook of your preference without waiting.

Of course, Master of the Jinn is also available as an Ebook from Mobipocket for only $4.99 HERE, and on the Amazon Kindle Book Reader for $3.99 HERE.

Ya Haqq!


Master of the Jinn Ebook on Amazon’s New Kindle Book Reader

November 29, 2007

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

Alhamdulillah! Master of the Jinn is one of the 400,000+ Ebooks available on’s new Kindle book reader for only $3.99. If you have already purchased one, or are planning to, and buy Master of the Jinn to read on it, please let me know how it works. Also, if you ordered the Ebook through Mobipocket for $4.99, let me know how it looks.

I love the idea of book readers, and am told that Amazon’s Kindle is really good at what it does. You can order a book and get it in less than one minute anywhere in the world. And you can preview the first chapter to see if you want to buy it beforehand. Wow! This will also be really great for schoolchildren, if they include textbooks on it, so they don’t have to lug heavy backpacks filled with books.

Now a lot of us old timers may be ambivalent to the idea, but modern kids grow up using a computer so it will be second nature to them. And when the price goes down, as it inevitably will, book readers like the Kindle, and others that are on the market, will soon have a larger and larger share of the book buying public. (And you can also read newspapers and magazines on it).

Of course, holding a book you love in your hands is a pleasure, but how many books do you reread? I can only name a dozen or so.

And I love the idea of not having to cut down trees to make books and newspapers, so welcome Kindle :) To see what all the shouting is about, click HERE:

Ya Haqq!