This book is complete. The editing, the design, the more editing. I spent an entire day doing a final read. It had a few errors, but all were easily fixed, and I can be rather confident that there aren’t many left, if any at all. However, it is done. A finished, polished product. I can do nothing more than to send it into the wild nest of readers and hope for the best. It’s been an amazing adventure since starting it in November 2009. And now, a finished book. It’s an amazing experience. And, even though it only clocks in at 50,100 words, or about there, it’s been just as much of an accomplishment as The Lupine Prince. Maybe even moreso, due to what I’ve learned.
So, it should be mostly free, but that isn’t possible. So, $.99 on Kindle
(It’s in approval, no link yet.), and same on probably B&N, Sony, iPad, etc. $10 on Createspace/Amazon in paperback form. And on Smashwords, which includes online reading, downloading in any format they offer, PDF, .mobi (for kindle!), epub, etc. DRM free everywhere I have the option. Download, buy, share! Even the copyright notice was adjusted for the ebook versions! Take it! It’s just an example, so I don’t mind if it sells or not. It’s an example, I don’t mind if it’s perfect or not. It’s just an example… that has grown into so much more than I ever expected. It’s a book I read over, and over, and over, and didn’t get sick of it. I knew every word, and it still was readable. As a person who has taken pride in the past in not reading or watching things more than once, that means a lot. Especially for your own work. So take it. And if you like it, check out The Lupine Prince. Or just wait for another year for the next NaNoWriMo project to be turned into a cheap novel. Or for more of my serious projects to come around.
I’ve got two books to my name. One’s I can actually stand behind and say something great about. Wow.
356 well deserved words after 8 hours of copy editing.