In a shock development, The Obituarist has now been published as an ebook.
I fiddled around with various design packages until the incomparable Clem said: “Here, wait a minute. What if I just do this, and then this and then… Ta Dah!” See him? See computers? And guitars. And keyboards. Smashing.
At the moment The Obituarist can be downloaded (from here) for various devices, including kindles, or just your normal computer.
But it’s not on Amazon yet, though I’m working on it. It’s on Amazon here.
What I really want to do is just frolic around smiling away to myself and getting the next one ready.
But your feedback would be welcome. Cover? Price? Content?
There’s more information about the actual content – the blurb – here (just another page on this blog). Do you think what I’ve written there would entice anyone to read the story?
If you do download it – which will make your part of a very select group (for now anyway) – you’ll also be able to review it. Both of which in turn will make The Obituarist more likely to be promoted by the hosting website.
I still love books – the physical paper and hardbacks with which one can build ramps for toy cars. And mini-tents. And bridges. And read them too.
But while I prepare to go down the traditional route to get Blackwatertown published, it’s fun to experiment with the new way the world’s going too – hence The Obituarist as an ebook.
At the very least, I felt righteous sitting in the sun on Sunday afternoon after I’d pressed the publish button. And that’s a good feeling.