Thanks to MyWrite, I now offer personalized, autographed e-book versions of Prelude to a Change of Mind and Entranscing, the first two books of The Hidden Lands of Nod. For the same $2.99 price available from Smashwords or Amazon, you can get the most recent authorized edition of either novel—inscribed to you and signed by me!—from this very website. When you purchase an e-book using one of the convenient links accompanying this post, a great boot kicks out from the aether to goad me into action. I enter the MyWrite application, select the purchased title, and inscribe a personalization and autograph. MyWrite inserts these into the purchased title and either e-mails the now unique copy to you or, if the file is large, provides a download link. You receive your purchase in both epub (for most e-book readers) and mobi (for Kindle) formats, so you’re able to feed all your devices. MyWrite is the brainchild of my good friend, Paul Elard Cooley. Besides creating cool applications like MyWrite, Paul is an amazing writer breaking new ground in the realm of horror and dark fantasy, in both print and through the medium of podcasts. Look forward in January to Paul’s very special contribution to the 3000 Weeks project.
A note on 3000 Weeks: It gives me great pleasure to report that contributions and commitments to the project are arriving from amazing people. Besides Paul, we look forward to sharing work from good friends like filmmaker Kat Candler, musician Freddie Steady Krc, actor Gary Warner Kent, artists Alain Viesca, Sasha Pyle, Rocky Kelley and Ashen Gray, poet and translator James Rossignol, photographer and poet Ed Buffaloe, graphic storytellers Bram Meehan and Monica Meehan, novelists M. S. Lewis and Oris Bracken, mosaicist and acupuncturist Mary C. Saunders, conceptualist and sound artist Thomas Fang, musician/artist/videographer Tom Wheeler, songwriter Colin Kennedy Jr., anthropologist/comic book creator/author/artist/etc. Mel White, and many more. Confabule’s editorial director, Amanda Kimmerly, is preparing her own contribution, as well as beginning to select from submissions those that will feature in the e-book album of the project. Even I have begun to scratch my head and wonder what new mischief I might throw into the works. Stay tuned!
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