Wishes sometimes have consequences is now available for ordering from your favorite bookstore! Continue reading
It’s a book that you can pre-order
Links to Wishes sometimes have consequences are beginning to appear!
To find an independent bookstore near you, here’s the IndieBound link:
Barnes & Noble has both versions discounted:
(30 March 2019)
It’s a book (the paperback)
So this arrived today… Continue reading
It’s a book (almost)
Wishes sometimes have consequences is on its way to being a book! I uploaded my final revisions for the paperback edition this afternoon; after checking the proofs (four of them in all), I clicked on the ‘Approve’ button to make it official.
I am still waiting for a new proof for the hardcover edition—though I don’t really need it now, since every change I made to the paperback edition I also made to the hardcover edition (since the interior pages are the same except for the ISBN and two brief lines on the last page). I do still need to upload the updated interior file, though, so I have email in to IngramSpark to check on what’s holding things up. (I was hoping to get all the setup done before Mercury goes retrograde tomorrow—but the on-sale date is April 30, so there will be plenty of time for any snags to work themselves out before then.)
Meanwhile, this time I opted to splurge for the advertisement/promotion as part of the monthly catalog Ingram sends out to retailers. I haven’t used this particular service before, so I’m curious to see if it makes any kind of difference.
(4 March 2019)
Book update: 1 March 2019
Wishes sometimes have consequences is finished, and has been uploaded! I am now awaiting e-proofs.
The 496-page collection will be available April 30th in hardcover and paperback formats. The hardcover will retail for $40, and the paperback for $25. At these prices, I will get about four bucks per copy sold.
The two editions will have different cover art, but the same interior. I previously posted a screenshot of the dust jacket for the hardcover edition; here is what the cover of the paperback will look like:
I am going through IngramSpark again, which means that you should be able to order both editions from just about any bookstore—so support your local bookseller!
More news as it is available.
(1 March 2019)