The hardcover made its shelf debut today at my all-time favorite bookstore in Pasadena. There will be a signing in the near future, and when it’s up for sale on their website, I’ll let you know.
Here I am at my first-ever book fair. Thankfully, I wasn’t sitting alone like that all day. In fact, there was quite a bit of interest. I made a bunch of book sales and made some great contacts. The exposure and learning experience were priceless! Thanks to everyone who braved the heat and stopped by!
At long last, the hardcover, print edition of TaleSpins, the trilogy of stories, is just weeks away. Thanks to the great folks over at Bridgeport National Bindery, fans will see a high-end book that is designed and built to impress. And I hope it does just that.
It’s been great fun learning about this part of the process, and thanks to all my Kickstarter backers, I have been able to take this on without cutting corners.
Here is what the dust jacket will look like. What do you think? (Yes, that’s me: age 3 or 4)
At long last, the compilation of all 3 TaleSpins stories is complete and on sale for Kindle and Nook. (The B&N Nook file is an ePub, which also reads on Apple devices via iBooks)
8: The Untold Story, The Plight and Plot of Princess Penny, and the never-before published Jack’d in one eBook for just $1.99. Here are the links: