Well, we know you’ve been waiting. We’re sorry. Our dog ate our homework. We’ve been sick. Then we got sick again. Our grandmother died. Our other grandmother died. We had to fight in the zombie apocalypse. No, you did not see us at that party on Saturday. That must have been our twin sister, Zoot. Naughty, naughty Zoot.
Anyway, the eBook version of Bells of the Kingdom by Leona Wisoker is finally live on all your favorite book-buying sites. You can find it on Amazon, on Barnes & Noble/Nook, on Kobo, and a plethora of smaller sites. It’s as beautifully produced as all of Antimatter ePress’s eBooks are, and we’re sorry you had to wait so long.
The one place you can’t get the eBook of Bells of the Kingdom, it turns out, is our website. I will spare you the tale of woe, but suffice it to say we are shopping for a new ecommerce provider, AGAIN. I appreciate, so very much, the willingness of so many of you to go to the trouble of buying direct from our website, knowing that it means the author gets more money from the sale–but until we get things re-handled (!!) we can’t offer the eBook direct.
Among other things, this means that our free download of the eBook that is always available to people who buy a Mercury Retrograde book in Trade Paper isn’t working properly at the moment–but for that, at least, we’ve got a workaround. If you want to redeem your free eBook code, email us at email@example.com, and we’ll get you set up.
And we’ll definitely be announcing, with great glee, when the whole thing is working the way it should.
Meanwhile, stop by your favorite eBook-seller and pick up your copy. Or send us your free download code. If you haven’t yet bought the book in Trade Paper, and you want that version (it’s very pretty!) you can buy it here or here. Or find it in your favorite independent bookstore, which frankly sounds like much more fun.