Preorders for Resurrection are OFFICIALLY LIVE!
Do you know how cool it is to be able to see my book available for SALE? It’s really fucking cool, you guys.
Preorder your copy of Resurrection NOW!
You can order the book on three separate platforms right now:
If you’re on my mailing list, you should have gotten an email to preorder the book for 15% off!
(If you’re not on the mailing list but you’d LIKE to order the book for 15% off, you can sign up here!)
Now, you might be wondering… if I preorder, when will my book arrive?
And this is a tough question to answer. My books are printed to order, so in general it will take up to two weeks for books to arrive because they must be printed and then shipped after the order is made. Preorders are a little different.
Preorders will start printing and shipping 10 days before the book is released, meaning you (in theory) will get your book on or around the launch date. This seems to be especially true if you order through Amazon.
However, with Barnes & Noble, Bookshop.org, and Aer.io, your book might not ship until the release date, meaning it will probably arrive a little after July 17.
If you want to make sure you get it as early as possible, Amazon may be the way to go. If you don’t mind waiting a few days and you don’t want to support the Amazon monster, you can get it through Barnes & Noble or Bookshop.org!
What about the discount?
If you’re on my mailing list (or you choose to sign up now for the 15% off), you’ll order your preorder through a new service called Aer.io.
Aer.io is a bookselling system that connects directly to my book printer. That means, when you order through this platform, your order is sent directly to the printer themselves, printed, and shipped to you. The cool thing about Aer.io is that it allows authors (like me!) to make a larger profit margin per book as well as control our own discounts and promotions (hence why I can offer the preorder at a lower rate there!).
The downside is, well, it’s not a payment platform people are familiar with, which means they might not feel comfortable purchasing through it. If you’d rather use a platform you know, then Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Bookshop.org are all great options!
Thank you SO MUCH.
This journey has been a totally wild ride for me, but nothing is quite as crazy as actually seeing my book available online for sale. It makes it all feel so real, and I appreciate you being with me on this journey!