Tuesday, September 27, 2011

A day late

At the sci fi convention I was at over the weekend there was an author who'd put a sign on the table they'd rented. It said something like this "Rent the other half of this table for $5 for half an hour." I would have. In a heartbeat I would have. If I had the books I'd ordered I would have. But I didn't have the books and it didn't make sense to rent the table with nothing to sell.

I was hoping at the end of the week last week that the books would get here in time, but they didn't. So I just took my postcards on the freebie table with about 100 other cards. I did have 15 taken so I count that a success.

But what I wanted were the books. Those were going to go for $5 a piece. I really think I could have sold several of them at that price. Heck, I think I could have sold all of them. But they didn't get here until about 5 p.m. today. A day late.

Really, though, what this means is that there are more books for you to buy now. I'm still trying to work out how that will work. I've been looking into adding a way to buy the books from the blog. I know there has to be a way to do it, I just don't know how. I'm sure I'll figure something out. What I do know is that when you buy a copy from me I'll sign it unless you tell me you don't want that. It will be like a perpetual book signing. So stay tuned. Something's coming.

If you just want to buy a copy of the book right away, you can do that too. It's on Amazon. Click HERE.


  1. There should be a plug-in you can get that will handle that, but you could also simply do it via PayPal payment. Post the email address you want payment to go to, and tell your readers to include a shipping address in the comment section of the email PayPal sends.

  2. Ohhhh, I am so sorry about your late books. That is heartbreaking. Did you at least have fun at the con?

  3. Thanks, Levi. I'll have to check out PayPal.

    Yes, Margaret, it was fun. My first sci fi convention so it was a little eye opening. It was mostly literary and not comics and TV/movies, so that was nice. Met some good people and made some connections. All was not lost.