Wednesday, Tuesday, 2/26/13
Excuse the drama. I feel like I showed up for a beauty contest after rolling out of bed with my haircurlers on. Anyway, Amazon is now selling “The Wrong Family.” The link above now takes you to the amazon site.
I have been in front of my laptop pretty much all the time for several days. Anyway, all is good. The smashwords edition is good, format-wise. It is also a free download through Friday, 3/1/13. Check out the post on the right.
I suppose this is where the real work begins – marketing. Also, when I find time, I’ll be starting a blog somewhere, but there will be a link on this site to it. Originally, I was going to do a blog here but instead will focus on the book here, and do personal thoughts, experiences, journaling, photos, and things not directly related to The Wrong Family on the blogsite.
I have learned a lot of new skills in the last ten years related to producing ebooks and print on demand paperbacks. So now I get to learn marketing in the social network era.
Umm. It is probably okay to download. I am still working out the formatting problem, but I apparently had an older version on my computer. What you download should be the latest, though. No real changes are being made, although in the next day or two I will upload a version whose formatting hopefully is bug-free. Once you own the ebook, any new versions are free. I’ll let you know when I upload.
You are probably totally confused. Here are the main points: 1) please download now, and 2) check back here Monday or Tuesday for the bug-free formatted version.
An old edition is being downloaded. Please stop reading the book, if you have begun, and do not attempt to download fit or a few days. I will post here when the problem is corrected. So, delete the copy you have – it ain’t the current edition. There are significant changes and improvements. I uploaded the right stuff, so I need to troubleshoot this, possibly on Monday when Smashwords is open.
Sorry for the inconvenience. I’m not happy either.
It has been ten years, but I pretty much have the words right. The ebook’s format – how it looks – still has a few bugs to work out. It is quite readable as is on kindles, computers, smart phones, or other ebook readers.
I am releasing the ebook through Smashwords, which easily allows updates. The kinks are mostly unwanted line breaks. I still have to delete the words “fix the below” just above the Table of Contents. As if I needed a reminder.
There are dozens of hyperlinks – words underlined and in blue. Most work. Those that don’t will soon – just make sure to get the latest version from Smashwords.