This morning I was able to view an online proof of the printed version of ‘COAST: An Act Of Burial’ and it’s looking pretty good. However, just to be certain I’ve ordered a physical proof version which will arrive next week. Shortly after that, I’ll be able to sell it, either directly or via my e-store. Isn’t it funny how everything seems to begin with e- or i- these days? I’m off to get an iQuarter e-pounder with iCheese.
The printed version will be going out at $19.99 from my e-store, but if you buy a copy from me directly you might get a slightly more favorable iDeal. Don’t forget; you can already get an e-book of the novel from Amazon, Kobo, B&N and Sony. There are reviews appearing at some of the sites.
Yesterday we filmed (videoed) some more material for this interview to which I subjected myself a couple of weeks ago. This was done at work, where we have a very controlled environment and, to all intents and purposes, went really iWell. Now it’s up to e-Ryley and iNick, the directors, to turn it all into something cohesive. I’m looking forward to seeing the finished iResult, albeit e-nervously. The interviewer, by the way, was local actor and all-round decent e-chap called Damien Bartlett whose most recent iClaim to fame has been working on the independent e-movie ‘Rufus‘, which will more-than-likely be the last movie made in iSaskatchewan until someone gets rid of the ridiculously short-sighted and contemptibly stupid iPremier who recently dumped the provincial film tax credit scheme. What an e-muppet. He can go sit on an iTack.
A bunch of iPeople are reviewing the novel right now and so hopefully there’ll be more e-reviews online soon. Those and additional sales links will be iPublished as soon as we e-get them. Stay iTuned!
iRoger and out, e-X.