Monday, November 29, 2010

A Loathsome Cyber Monday (Wink, Wink)

I don't know who invented the term Cyber Monday, but I'm happy to say Loathsome, Dark, & Deep made it to Amazon just in time. Even though pre-orders are finished, you can still enter the "Very Loathsome Contest" until midnight (CST) tomorrow.

(or you could just buy five or six copies...that'd be a good idea, right?)
If you do shop online this Cyber Monday, make sure to grab wonderful books published by your favorite small presses, many of which almost exclusively sell online via Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, etc. Keep supporting the small press to make this a better world.


11 comments:

Tony Southcotte said...

I just got the email for this, you have been paid. I can't wait to read it. Congrats again.

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks, Tony. I hope you enjoy.

Alan W. Davidson said...

Same category as Tony...just settled the account and I await my copy of Loathsome in the mail. Perhaps it will be delivered by Pony Express...a zombie pony even...

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks, Alan. Wait...zombie ponies. That's too good...

Katey said...

Me too!! Can't wait to get it eeeee!

Cate Gardner said...

Ooh, not much longer. I hope. I hope, I hope, I hope.

Erin Cole said...

Hi Aaron,

Congrats on your book.
I'm hosting a holiday catalogue on my blog this December 1. If you'd be interested in 'pimping' your new book, you can visit the details here: http://erincolelive.blogspot.com/2010/11/holiday-catalog-promote-your-work.html

Thanks,
Erin

Danielle Ferries said...

Mine is enroute. I am waiting impatiently.

Milo James Fowler said...

Planning to add this one to my Christmas list. My wife and I are enjoying your Bottom Feeders -- we're up to story #4. Thanks again for the FREE copy. I plan to post a glowing review on Amazon as soon as we finish it.
Write1Sub1

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks Cate, Katey. I just hope it comes close to your expectations.

Erin - great tip and great idea.

Danielle - Enjoy.

Milo - I'm glad you're enjoying The Bottom Feeders. Those are some of my favorite pieces from my "salad days". #4, "Tesoro's Magic Bullet" was originally published in the now defunct Nossa Morte. That was a nice venue. :\

Barry Napier said...

I too have paid up. yet my mailbox thingamabob is empty. Been so long since I actually had to WAIT for mail. How does this process work again?