A new more thumbnail-friendly cover image has been added to the kindle ebook version of Beyond the Mist, and the price of the ebook has been reduced from $3.99 to $2.99 (and by appropriate amounts in other amazon territories):
In addition, for followers of this blog looking to purchase the paperback version, a discount code has been created for the createspace site that takes $2 off the cover price, meaning a price of $5.99 plus delivery for the paperback from there.
To do this, simply go to the createspace site for the book:
The paperback version of Beyond the Mist is now available for purchase in all amazon territories, and Kindle Matchbook has been activated, meaning that anyone purchasing a paperback through amazon can download the kindle version for free.
Amazon link will be up in three to five business days. The amazon link will offer the possibility of free shipping to the same territory, and a free copy of the ebook to go with it, as well as boosting the book’s rating; the createspace link gives me a greater royalty per sale.
I leave it up to the discerning customer to decide which option they prefer.
There is going to be another superversiveSF roundtable discussion today, in just under four hours from now in fact, with special guest Milo Yiannopolis from Breitbart. With Milo and John C. Wright in the room, it’ll be interesting to see if anyone else gets a word in edgeways 🙂
I have some good news and some bad news concerning Beyond the Mist.
The bad news is that it will not continue to be serialized in the new format of Sci Phi Journal.
The good news is that this means that the standalone book will be released a lot sooner, either this month or next.
The Supercalifragilisticexpialidawesome! news is that this is the cover art Cat Leonard has done for the book (I’ll give you one guess as to what had me running around the room screaming with excitement):