It’s very late at night, so please pardon any oddities about this post. I’m probably a little bit out of it. I’ve been up working on editing projects for a wee bit of money and making site changes.
I’ve found another two stores where the physical book is listed, and I have added them to the Tales of the Supers page: Schuler Books and IndieBound. For some reason, I can find the e-book version on SmashWords and Apple, but it’s not showing up on Barnes and Noble or Kobo. For the meanwhile, you can still download those versions via SmashWords.
So that’s the bulk of this post. Hopefully, I’ll have more to add at a not too distant date.
Over on Smashwords, this week is the sixth annual Read an eBook Week, the design of which is to promote interest in both reading and reading ebooks. I’m participating in it for Tales of the Supers, and for the sale, I’m offering the book at 50% off.
Now, bear in mind that this offer is only available for the book on Smashwords. It will not be available on Amazon or any of the other sites it may now be up on.
In order to get the discount, you will need to purchase the book on Smashwords and use the code REW50 at checkout. It’s on good through 11:59 PST on March 8th, though, so grab it while it’s available!
Also a few brief news points: Tales of the Supers is now up on Barnes and Noble’s website and on Books-A-Million’s website, as well as on Amazon’s regular webspace (not just CreateSpace–and don’t ask me why it shows May 2013 as the publication date, because I have no idea). It’s also now available on iTunes.
Finally, whoever made Legends of the Cryptids has created one of the most addictive games I’ve ever played. It’s possible I will hear that music in my sleep for days to come.
I might be slightly out of my mind. I’ve entered Tales of the Supers into Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award. It’s still in the early days of the contest, so there’s nothing to say yet where it stands, but I wanted to share my insanity with anyone who might be reading this little blog.
The Kindle version of Tales of the Supers is up on Amazon now. It will likely be a few more days before the print version is available anywhere but CreateSpace, but hopefully that won’t be too much longer.
And in other news, I’m going to try to find somewhere to wait out a headache I’ve had all day. Excedrin Migraine is making a slight dent in it, but it’s not enough to make me willing to go deal with the world at large.