So if you take a wander down to Amazon, you can now get your hands on the paperback version of The Serpent’s Eye.
It’s taken me a little while to get the physical copy of the book done, since the original e-book came out back in the summer. I would like to thank everyone who has already downloaded and given it a read. Getting so much honest positive feedback helped me move forward with my work and getting this final version out.
There have been a few changes made since the original came out. The plot and the story are the same, I’ve just cleaned up a few typos that slipped through and made a couple of tweaks to real life fact that have been spotted in the text. (In retrospect I should have got my in-laws – who grew up in Buenos Aires – to check those sections before publishing, but it’s all fixed now.)
I have also updated the e-book version, so those of you who have already downloaded it should – if I understand how the platform works correctly – receive an automatic update. (But of course the only way to be safe will be to buy a physical copy)
One thing I have not been able to work out yet is how to combine both versions of the book on Amazon. Currently if you search on Amazon you get two different entries, one for the e-book and one for the paperback. I’m trying to figure out how to combine them so things like reviews show for both. It’s not a major sticking point in the release, but I would like to get this tidy. If any of you out there know a little more about how Amazon works, please drop me a comment to tell me.
I’m also working on getting it up onto the iTunes store, but currently it doesn’t want to play. Apparently my cover image is either far too big or slightly too small. I’ll keep you all updated on this epic battle as it progresses.
EDIT – That’s all done now, and can be found here.
I want to say a big thank you to everyone who’s helped me get this put together; those who’s have an active part in proof reading and giving advise, and those who’ve downloaded it already, read it and given me their opinions. It’s all helped push me through the last few stages to get this done. I love writing, but have discovered that I do not have the same passion or knowhow for layout or designing. Trial and error is all well and good, but it doesn’t half take up a lot of your time.
Anyway, enough from me. Go get yourself your very own copy of The Serpent’s Eye right now.