Today is Book Day: UNSEAMING is alive (w/ book trailer, even!)

/ Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 / 16 Comments »

Behold, the book trailer for Unseaming! My thanks once again to artist Danielle Tunstall and her model Alexandra Johnson, and the wonderful, prefers-to-stay-anonymous animator!

AND: My book is live today! Finally! Unequivocally!
And here’s all the places you can get it:
Amazon: trade paperbackKindle
Amazon UK: trade paperbackKindle
Amazon CA: trade paperbackKindle
Barnes & Noble: trade paperbackNook
iTunes: ebook † Kobo: ebook † ScribD: ebook
Google Play: ebook
Indiebound: trade paperback
Weightless: ebook

And here’s my publisher’s page for it. And thanks so much to Elizabeth Campbell and Jonah Knight for giving this long-wandering project a home.
Oh, man, has this day been a looooooong time in the making…and what a great day it is!


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