On going blind for my art

So Skylights may, or may not, actually be available at this exact second on at least two major online retailers.  However, I’m going to be faintly ridiculous and ask anyone who was planning on buying it right away (hundreds of you, surely) to hold off until tomorrow– I’m in the “upload, download, look, find one more thing wrong, resubmit” phase of the damn book at the moment.  It will be perfectly clean by tomorrow morning and I think the latest version I’ve uploaded actually does qualify as up to my standards– but I can’t be sure until it publishes and I update the version on my Kindle.

I will post links early tomorrow morning to everything that’s live; I’m expecting Amazon and Smashwords, with the Smashwords-affiliated sites showing up once Smashwords completes its ridiculous vetting process.  I’ll link up to those as they appear.

(And, once those links do show up, I will love you forever if you share the hell out of them. But not quite yet.)

It’s interesting, this story.  I love the hell out of it, but I’m not sure it’s going to get the uniformly positive reaction that Benevolence Archives did.  I think reviews are going to be a little bit more mixed.  I’m really looking forward to seeing what people think about it.

But not until tomorrow.  🙂

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Luther M. Siler

Teacher, writer of words, and local curmudgeon. Enthusiastically profane. Occasionally hostile.

2 thoughts on “On going blind for my art

  1. So let’s say that like a good soldier I downloaded it this morning via Amazon. Is there a way to get the updated version?


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