The series will be taking a two-week break after the release of issue #16: “A Place to Stay, Part IV.” #16 is the last issue in the four-part story arc, “A Place to Stay,” and will premiere on the Kindle on October 1st. The series will return with a new story arc on October 16th.
Why the break? I know this is inhumane, but I’m not at all sorry. I have you hooked, mwahaha! In all seriousness, the events of this story arc are leading up to something big. Some major things are going to be happening, one of which is the introduction of another new character, Niall Darcy. Niall’s going to be playing a pretty big role in two lead characters’ lives (but I’m not telling who, so you’ll have to keep reading to find out).
More Ways to Read SF
If you’re new to the series or have been waiting for issues to be available on non-Kindle devices, #1 and #2 are now available for the Nook, iBooks, and more. #3 will be distributed to these retailers on or around October 1st.
After October 7th, the first four issues will be available as a bundle for $2.99, saving you the cost of one issue. Depending on their popularity, I will continue to release the $2.99 bundles throughout the series.
Trade Paperback Coming in December
I will soon be taking pre-orders for Sandpaper Fidelity: Compendium I, which will be released in December. Think of this as a collection of the first season, if you will. Those who pre-order it will have the opportunity to receive a signed and personalized copy — in real Sharpie. I don’t do that fake, photocopied autograph crap like some authors. If you’ve ever wanted the chance to have my terrible John Hancock, make sure you sign up for my email newsletter so that you are in the loop when I start taking pre-orders.
Price for the TPB is TBA. Stay in the loop. Don’t go into the light.
The Fevered Pen Reviews SF
Jess at The Fevered Pen wrote up a really sweet review of Sandpaper Fidelity. This is the third time SF has been featured on a blog. (I’ve been interviewed by Dina Santorelli, and featured on The Book Hipster.) Jess has been a strong supporter of mine from the very beginning — as in, from the days when I bought my first domain and wrote whatever came to mind, before I knew I wanted to be a writer.
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