The Oldest Trick RELEASE DATE CHANGE

So, funny story:

The other day I was stalking myself on Amazon (like you do) and I checked out the entry for my upcoming novel, The Oldest Trick, an omnibus of the first two books of The Saga of the Redeemed. If you haven’t read the books yet, this is a great way to start and will save you a whole dollar.

Anyway, there I was looking at the book and how it’s ranking at the moment and so on when I noticed that the release date, which had been July 14th, had been changed to August 11th.

Nobody had told me this, so I shot my editor an e-mail and, lo and behold, turns out that is, in fact, true – they changed the release date on me. This also means the (long awaited) paperback version is also pushed back a few more weeks. Ordinarily this wouldn’t be a problem, but:

  1. Tor.com has me listed as of Monday with the old release date.
  2. I just promised some nice people signed copies of the book once it is released in paperback, which seems like it will take another two months or so.

So, I feel that apologies are in order: I’m sorry, internet, for the release date changing and me only telling you about it now. I didn’t know.

Four more weeks? Grrrr!

Four more weeks? Grrrr!

What I’m not sorry for is how awesome the book is and how much you will love it. You just have to wait a few more weeks to get it all in one volume. Can’t wait? Well you can buy Part 1 and Part 2 right now anywhere fine e-books are sold!

And, in the meantime, I leave you with a picture of this adorable, somewhat annoyed little puppy.

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About aahabershaw

Writer, teacher, gaming enthusiast, and storyteller. I write stories, novels, and occasional rants.

Posted on July 9, 2015, in Publicity, The Saga of the Redeemed and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hard to wait 😦 But the puppy pic is adorable

  2. Waiting part sucks; I mean patience is a virtue right? But the puppy pic says it all! (I wanted to respond sooner after I read it in my email but I had a busy weekend).

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