Were-Wiener Day!

Today is the day Dragonbreath: Curse of the Were-Wiener hits stores!

People have been reporting them coming in from Amazon for a coupla days, and there was a big stack at the Bookmarks festival, so it’s not a strict release deadline, but nevertheless, if you go to your local bookstore, they may well have a copy!* And this one’s also available on kindle, which is interesting–I don’t have a kindle, so if anybody orders it that way, please let me know how it looks!

I’m really proud of this one. That’s not to say that the others suck or anything, but I feel like Were-Wiener is really stand out. And the potato salad returns!

*Just to clarify for people who have asked occasionally–pre-orders on Amazon are helpful for determining print numbers, which is good, but I also get paid less than half the royalties for things sold via Amazon.  So pre-orders on Amazon are good, but once it’s released, all else being equal, picking the book up at a brick-and-mortar store is better for the author. (We’re talking like fifty cents, so it’s not that big a deal–you note I link to the Amazon page above!–and you should feel no guilt for ordering from Amazon, but people have occasionally asked what gets the author the biggest chunk.)

5 thoughts on “Were-Wiener Day!

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    Such a great piece of text! No idea how you wrote this report..it’d take me days. Well worth it though, I’d assume. Have you considered selling ads on your website?

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