*It is clear I’m not doing a second post today. So I hope this is enough. Feel free to get goofy (oh, I know, like I need to encourage you) in the comments. I’m going to have more tea and write teh paying stuffs.*
Last night I received the following message:
We need to test the new Baen mobile site ordering system thoroughly. Y’all are folks with big web presences. I was wondering if you could give away some ebook vouchers on your blog, site, or Facebook page. The condition would be that the recipient must go to the Baen mobile site forthwith and use the voucher to purchase an ebook there.
You might give away, say, five vouchers for $9.99 ebooks and 5 for $6.99 ebooks.
So this is how we’re going to do it: the first ten commenters who post an answer to this, and who give me a way I can contact them will get the place to email for a voucher.
Tony Daniel would also like to remind you: Also feel free to share the link. Though we’re in beta, the mobile site is open for business to everybody. One can purchase lots of Hoyt ebooks there… [This is Sarah — Most of you already have most of the Hoyt books, right?]
The link is this: https://www.baenebooks.com/mobile/
So, I’m going to post this and I’m going downstairs for some caffeine. The first ten who comment and leave me a means of contacting them get the email.
And then I’ll do a real post, after I’m caffeinated.
UPDATE: Claimed, of course, but for the rest of you who leave me/left me the email there will be a consolation prize in a little bit — at least if you have a smashwords account.
UPDATE: As you guys know I’m playing with Createspace, and I’ve found I’m not a very exact person. Meaning no matter how many times I look at page proofs, when I order the printed proof, I find out I did something like set the date of first publication of Death of A Musketeer in 3007. (No, really.) So I have a bunch of these dud books I can’t sell, but they are one of a kind and collectible. If anyone wants them, I can sign them and mail them. Right now I have Death of A Musketeer, The Musketeer’s Seamstress and No Will but His, but I’m sure when I typeset the Shakespeare books there will at least one each….
UPDATE TO THE UPDATE TO THE WHATEVS: If you want the Smashwords consolation prize, I’ll email those out this evening, to give you time to post you want it.