But in order to list the new edition of Immortal the old edition has to go away first. In a perfect world not ruled by computers and automation and people who steal copyrights, it would be possible for the current edition to continue to exist up until the day the new one is up for sale. Since we don’t live in that world, as of right now Immortal is listed on Amazon as “currently unavailable”. In the next week or two it will also be disappearing from the Nook and Apple, and everywhere else.
But it’s only for a month.
Actually more like two. The previously announced release dates have been bumped by a month each. Immortal is now going to be re-released on March 8, 2012, and Hellenic Immortal is now scheduled for May 3, 2012.
The reason for this is simple: there isn’t enough time to promote the books properly. And now that the book is disappearing from the Internet for a solid two months, this is even more important.
In other news
Copies of the ARC for Immortal will be going out to reviewers in the next week, and in a few days I should have a draft of the new cover to show you. And the final edit is pending for Hellenic Immortal. And in the next couple of weeks the cover for Hellenic will be all set the ARC for it shortly after THAT, and then we’re really rolling. Stick around.