Number of days since contacting your publisher about re-printing your book so it sucks less: 365
Cost of re-printing the book: about $200
Number of pages changed in the year long re-printing effort: 0
Years at current sales rate before making back original printing costs: about 20
Time spent blogging when I should have been editing my book: infinity + 1
I should just stop sleeping altogether so I have more time to do things.
Happened upon this in my local Borders this past weekend… anyone recognize the label binding on that book in the middle? Let me give you a hint… it looks like this:
How it got there, I’ll never know, but it’s there now.
Ugh. I just recently noticed that it’s been over two years since I finished self publishing my book.
Ouch: in another seven years, I should recover what I spent on the publishing process.
Looks like Amazon has started to offer my book in a digital format, in addition to the existing paperback and hardcover versions.
I’m just so confused by this.
Update: Amazon’s error! They accidentally posted this to a whole bunch of different authors… looks like I don’t have a digital version after all (iUniverse still quotes $99 to add the option and I’m still reluctant).
Continue reading Memoirs of an Italian Geek: Digital Edition
If you’ve like what you’ve read here – and you like to read books as well as blogs – I recommend that you check out my book. Wait, what book? It’s been out for a little while and I’ve been plugging it here and there over the months but I’ve held off truly promoting if for some personal reasons. Those reasons are now taken care of, so I’m content to plug away.
Check out Memoirs of an Italian Geek, by R. L. Santi at iUniverse, Barnes and Noble, or Amazon – you can find out more about the history of the book at http://www.rlsanti.com/
And thanks for reading the site!
A new Geek book has been released: Memoirs of an Italian Geek by R. L. Santi. I’m told it will show up on Amazon and Barnes and Noble but right now it’s available here in paperback thanks to iUniverse. Call me biased but I thought it might interest a number of the readers here – the majority of you are just as much a Geek as I am.
Just a quick update. The review came back from the publisher and they suggested some updates and some changes. Consequently, there was another round of proofreading and editing done and the now final final final manuscript has been shuttled off to the publisher. More importantly, there’s a new website with that will handle the updates for this book – you’ll find it at http://www.rlsanti.com/.