Today is release day! I’m excited and nervous. But mostly excited.
“Where can I get a copy?” you ask. The answer is:
- Amazon: Paperback or Kindle download
- Borders: Paperback
- Barnes & Noble: Paperback
- Select retailers. Check your local bookstore.
If you see a copy of it sitting in your local bookstore, let me know. If you can get a picture of it sitting in your local bookstore, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll post it here at da blog.
If you want to tell a friend to pick up a copy that would be awesome, too.
And if you’re in the Corinna, Maine area on Saturday, May 14 between 1pm and 3pm, stop by the beautiful Stewart Free Library. I’ll be there signing books and answering questions and reading an excerpt from Waiting For Spring.
The most common question I’ve been asked about AmazonEncore’s acquisition of Waiting For Spring and its subsequent rerelease is:
Are there any major changes from the original?
The good people at Encore left my book pretty much intact, which is code for “they didn’t water down the sex or language.” They also didn’t insist on cutting the length. They gave it a very thorough, and much needed, copy edit. I’m pretty sure the members of the editing team still dream about removing semi-colons from the text. There is a minor change near the middle that involves a decision Tess makes about employment. It does have a new cover, which I love, and the Kindle version now has a clickable table of contents (something I could never figure out how to do on my own). And that’s pretty much it.
Oh, by the way, a random commenter on this post will be sent a free signed copy of Waiting For Spring. Winner to be announced on Friday, May 13.