Friday, March 16, 2012

Typecast: Tri-City type-in?

EDIT: It turns out there is no such word as "supoort," although now that I think about it, there should be. ALSO, I quite accidentally used a "grocer's apostrophe" below. Ignore it as best you can.

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Sweet linkin' goodness from the typecast:

7 comments:

LeeAnna Holt said...

Good news to hear that a store is willing to carry P&P. I continually wallow in jealousy of your success. (I know that makes you feel good.) I would gladly attend your type-in when you held it, but there is a small matter of geography that is holding me back, so I can only give you my support.

I forgot to tell you that the site I told you about earlier, Book Country, also has a great self publishing feature. You're book will be distributed through more book seller sites than if you just go through Cratespace or otherwise. I suggest looking into it.

Richard P said...

I'm glad your book is in a brick-and-mortar bookstore. Hope the type-in will come to pass.

maschinengeschrieben said...

Congratulations on having P&P in a "real" bookstore!
Cool idea with thise links.

Ryan Adney said...

Thanks for the mention! The Type-In is a great idea! Thousands of lucks!

Mike Speegle said...

Thanks, LeeAnna! You know that jealousy does help quite a bit.

Richard: Thanks! Now that I have the blessing of the type-father, I cannot fail!

maschinegeschrieben: Ha! Thanks. I only do that linky thing because I haven't yet figured out how to embed them in a typecast. So for now it's annotation.

Ryan: You're welcome, although the karmic scales are still balanced in your favor for all the good advice.

Bill M said...

Congratulations on getting P & P into the bookstore. The type-in is a great idea! News coverage for typewriters and if your book is included it will be great advertising at no cost to you, except perhaps to organize the type-in.

Mike Speegle said...

Bill: I actually don't mind putting up a little of my own cheddah if it means I can get my work out there to a larger audience. Just another fun facet of self-publishing is personal financial investment.