Yesterday was exciting, overwhelming, draining, marvelous, exhausting, and gratifying. Thank you so much to everyone for your support, support that came across in so many ways. There were several times yesterday I actually got choked up reading some of the things people were saying and doing.
Like Mindy Klasky‘s comment that, “The final chapter of CODEX (no, I’m not going to spoil it for you) actually left me with a real, physical chill.” Or everyone who came out to Schuler Books last night for the launch. Or friends who loaned me their blog platforms to talk about the book.
I’m happy and a little dazed today, but there are some things I needed to share.
- Seanan McGuire – Leave a comment naming the first book that changed your life, and you’re entered to win.
- Elizabeth Bear – Create a humorous book macro about either my books or hers. (I really want to see what people come up with for this one!)
Some people noted that the e-books weren’t available outside the U.S. Unfortunately, this is not something I have control over. It’s a territorial issue, meaning the e-books are only available to U.S. mailing addresses.
The U.K. edition of Libriomancer will be coming out in two weeks, so that e-book should be available then.
As much as I’d love for everyone, everywhere to be able to
give me money buy the books, I’m afraid this one is out of my hands.
That said, the U.S. e-book of Libriomancer has dropped to $7.99 to match the mass market paperback price.
Over on Facebook, DAW has posted two videos I did when I was in New York earlier this year.
- Video One: In which I chat about Codex Born.
- Video Two: Talking about cover poses.
- Video Three: I don’t know, but I’m told it will be very silly, and may include random comments about Anton Strout. This one will be posted once Video Two gets 200 likes on Facebook.
- Romantic Times also did a video interview with me at BEA, which was a lot of fun.
I’m sure there’s more I should be mentioning, but this is all my brain had room for.
And don’t worry. As I get through this week, the blog will shift back to its normal routine of randomly yelling at clouds.
Mirrored from Jim C. Hines.