Air in print part 2


Ahem, hello dear regular reader of this crazy blog! News from the indie publishing front: I have now made available a US version of Air for those who like reading on dead trees and live in the US. It’s cheaper when shipped to a US address and is made on “publisher” paper with digest size – the inside is exactly the same, albeit adjusted to the new size. And Lulu even gives you this coupon for a FREE mail shipping ending April 30, so hurry!

Use coupon code APRILMAIL305 at checkout, select Mail Shipping and receive the single book shipping cost free. Maximum savings with this promotion is $4.99. Print and tax amounts are excluded. You can only use the code once per account, and you can’t use this coupon in combination with other coupon codes. This great offer ends on April 30, 2011 at 11:59 PM so try not to procrastinate! While very unlikely we do reserve the right to change or revoke this offer at anytime, and of course we cannot offer this coupon where it is against the law to do so. Transaction must be in US dollars.

For the rest of the world, I have some copies (of the “European version“, or the first one that came out) I can sign and add some goodies to for the outrageous price of 20euros which includes: signed book, a couple of cards and a print out of the character of your choice + mailing expenses anywhere in the world. Simply check back on May 1st to choose the print you want with the book.

So, either grab your cheap US print before April 30 if you live in the US, or get the European version for 11euros+mailing expenses for the rest of the world, or, from May 1st, buy a signed copy as above from the author.

If you’d rather save money and trees, please go to the Kindle store or Smashwords, thank you! 🙂

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  1. Madison Woods

     /  19/04/2011

    Hey, so cool that you’ve got it in print now too! I have a pc Kindle reader, and this week is payday week so I’m going to get a tree-less copy 🙂

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    • I can’t check the US edition because it would cost a fortune to send it over to Italy (or so they say)… but I thought I’d put it out anyway, for those book worms who like reading on dead trees! 😉
      Thanks for being tree-less! 😀

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