Here are two links to it. I’ll give everyone a minute so they can run over and buy a copy.
The cost of printing
As I get ready for my weekend in Austin I would like to call your attention to this press release from earlier today:
It has been a tremendously successful several months for Immortal and Hellenic Immortal, with both books selling more copies, as ebooks, than I’m probably permitted to disclose. (Let’s go with an awful lot of copies.) Most of these sales have been for the Kindle, because Amazon, for all their faults, cross-promotes very, very well.
It has been a long three months
As you all know, Immortal initially debuted in October of 2010, with rollouts (ebook etc.) taking place over the subsequent month or two. By this time last year the book sales were in full swing and I was setting up an April blog tour to promote it.
I have heard you
I’ve been getting a lot of very specific feedback from my Immortal readers along the lines of, “when is the sequel coming out?” and “that sequel, it’ll be coming out soon, right?” and the occasional, “where the fuck is the sequel?”
I kind of buried the lede, but: I’m hosting my first official blog tour for Immortal! And I need your help! See the bottom for details. But first…
The eBook rollout proceeds apace, with Immortal now officially available on the Nook.
If you have an eBook reader, you are very nearly out of excuses not to pick up a copy. All that’s left is Sony, which powers the Borders e-reader, and from what I’m hearing Borders might not be around long enough to get a chance to sell Immortal…
It has been quite a year
I have a bad habit of focusing on things that haven’t happened yet rather than stepping back and looking behind me at what has been accomplished. This tunnel vision quality is sometimes very useful, such as when I’m writing a novel, but maybe less useful in other settings, such as networking events.