A while ago I mentioned in a post that I'd noticed search terms leading to this blog about the Caszandra release date. Since then:
Available now from Smashwords, Amazon US and Amazon UK. Other vendor sites (and the TPB version) take longer to process through.
Congrats to the ebook competition winners (ChrisL, JulieH, Jyak, DianaW, smarywcerb2, Gonzalo & Carin): the book should be in your inbox.
Today I have:
- Decided to never, ever set a fixed release date again.
- Uploaded the WRONG version of the cover to Amazon (can't fix this till tomorrow).
- Cried all through editing the final entry. Probably from relief at being at the end.
- Discovered a new typo every time I went to finalise the ebook.
- Stressed constantly about whether this bit or that bit or the other bit is boring.
- Read my favourite bits over and over with a big grin on my face.
It's been a big boost for me to have readers looking forward to one of my books, so I'd like to add a big THANKS for all your comments and reviews. I hope you all have fun with it!
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