Bookshelf

March 10th 2019

Today I finally uploaded to my Kindle Bookshelf the cover art for the novel that I wrote five years ago. It’s been a long time coming, but I finally did it. For a while, the only thing I’ve been waiting on is the finalised version of the cover art, but I got that back a few weeks ago. Since then, I’ve just been waiting for the urge to upload it all to my Kindle bookshelf, and today that urge came.

Here’s the cover:

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Doesn’t it look great? My super clever, super talented graphic designer friend created it for me, and I love it so much. I think it looks amazing. With the cover uploaded, I’m completely ready to go. I was hoping to be able to share the Amazon link on this blog post tonight, but I forgot that it takes a few days to process. So hopefully sometime this week I’ll be able to share an Amazon link to a book that I’ve written. That’s a weird sentence to type.

Technically, I guess, I could do it now. Because I do have a link to the eBook version. Fuck it, why not… Ah. Actually. I’ve just tried and I can’t send it yet because it’s being updated with the new cover. Never mind. Sorry to have misled you. But give it a few days! Within 72 hours I should have a link ready to go. And then you, whoever you are, can decide whether to buy the eBook version or the paperback version. Personally, I’d suggest buying the paperback version because then I make more money…

For now though, you’ve seen the cover. And that’s the main exciting thing. Because it looks fucking cool.

Until tomorrow, I can’t wait to see what it looks like on an actual bookshelf.

Jacn

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