Got it covered?

The paperback version of Duck Blood Soup arrived yesterday for proofing. It was exciting to hold a paperback version of the book and I really liked the way the text and cover turned out, but I have to wonder if a different cover would increase our readership. Currently the eBook and the paperback version have the map of Eizenfeng and Ozeanchor on the cover. The cover is fairly unique, which may draw attention to it, but is it too different and to amateur looking? I have some ideas for a more traditional cover, but I’m not sure if they...
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And the Winner Is…

We submitted the first line of Duck Blood Soup to a “first line” contest. Basically, send in the first line of the book (with no other information, not even the title) and the book with the best first line wins. Today, Duck Blood Soup was declared the winner.
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New Platforms Coming Soon

Starting today, Duck Blood Soup is no longer free through the Kindle Lending Library. What does that mean? Duck Blood Soup will soon be available on other e-readers such as Nook, iBooks, Sony Reader, Kobo, and so on. Duck Blood Soup will still be available on Kindle but will no longer be sold exclusively through We will keep you updated with a complete list of links where Duck Blood Soup can be purchased when they become available. Up first: Smashwords
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