Jake’s Last Mission, Shannon’s latest work is now available in Print and eBook!
The paperback should be available anywhere you like to buy books. Just ask for ISBN 978-1497316010. Online, you should find it at such places as Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Books•A•Million, and Powell Books. MSRP us$6.99 (proportionate UK & EUR pricing), though most retailers will take advantage of wholesale pricing to offer at various discounts so by all means, shop around!
EBook is available through our usual list of major retailers, though at this exactly moment Nook hasn’t caught up with everyone and put the book for sale, it’s still “processing”. us$1.99 with proportionate pricing in various other countries as offered by the different retailers (51 countries for Apple, about a dozen for Kindle, etc.)
We need your help in putting together a list of some of the best self-published books from the past year. Read something great? Nominate it. Written something great? Urge a fan to nominate it.
The interest our list has already generated has been phenomenal; in the three days since we opened up nominations it has already become our most popular post ever. That’s great for our ego, but more importantly, it means that whichever books make the list will get the exposure they deserve.
1. The book must be self-published or published by a small, “indie-minded” house.
2. The book must have been published on or after 1 January, 2013.
3. The book must be available for purchase, in paperback or ebook format, from a large store – Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
4. Only nominations received on or before 21 April, 2014 will be considered.
That said, for Solstice, Christmas, Kwanza, New Year and anything else that might fall between 20 December and 1 January (for example, I’m fair sure there’s an Islamic holiday or two, but I can’t spell them – no, not even well enough to look them up) all our titles are on a steep sale.
How steep? 99¢ for Stolen Time and, Crown of Eldrete. Free for Once a Hero…
Limitations? Well, there’s no way to apply it (not a practical one, anyway) to the print editions, and Nook & Kindle don’t allow us to set the price to free. Nook … OAH will be unchanged and there’s nothing for it. Amazon will eventually figure out (nearly) everyone else has OAH free and cut the price for us. Grumpy about it? Yeah, so are we, please direct complaints to Barnes & Noble and Amazon, though, as we don’t get a say in how that works.