Drednanth: E-book now available for pre-order

Day 46. 110 pages, 54,551 words.

Dear Readers,

If you read my last book and enjoyed it (and certainly plenty of people seem to have done, which is great), then you will almost without doubt enjoy my next one.

If you have read my last book and didn’t enjoy it, well that’s sad news – although to be honest I’m not sure I believe you. It’s a really very good book, even if I do say so myself. Maybe it was just a once-off. You should read this next one, just to be sure. It’s about $4, so all in all it’s going to set you back less than that bowl of olives you ordered at the restaurant that time because you wanted to see if you still didn’t like them. Same basic theory applies.

If you have never read any of my books, that’s also unfortunate but there’s still time, and a new one is available for pre-order.

If you have bought my last book but haven’t read it yet, congratulations. I am writing faster than you can read.

Anyway, the book is here:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TN50Q84

Go for it!

Since this caused a surprising amount of confusion last time, I should clarify yet again: Drednanth is currently available for pre-order in e-book format only. So if you have a Kindle or whatever, you can get on Amazon and pre-order it and you’ll get the book as soon as it goes live on March 1st.

When the book does go live on March 1st, the e-book and paperback will both be available.

So, take that link! Share it! Order the book! It’s great!

Please also note that Amazon is still just getting this whole page set up, so it may take a while to link to my other books, and to become available on .co.uk and all the other sites.

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10 Responses to Drednanth: E-book now available for pre-order

  1. dreameling says:

    Yup, dat’s another really cool cover.

    And what the fuck’s up with that planet / planetoid / moon?

  2. aaronthepatriot says:

    I can say with complete honesty and accuracy that I did not like this book. I don’t like anything you write.

    Except wherein “like” is included within “love”, but to me, “like” is woefully inadequate and I shall never apply it to this subject. Cheers!

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