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(Jul 26th, 2013)
Digital Triskelion's Reign now Delivered!
      by Callista Skip

Do you own a Kindle? How about a tablet, space phone, laptop, PC, MAC...uh...anything else that uses Adobe PDF reader? (I'm sure there are other things. Google Glass!)

Well, if you do, you too can read Triskelion's Reign in .MOBI or .PDF format!

Wait, we already made a news update about this lately. What was it...um...oh yeah!

All digital preorders have been emailed to their rightful owners! Sorry that took longer than we expected guys; it's our first time dealing with epublishing.

The email is coming from me (callista@furoticon.com), so please remember to check your spam folder in case it gets caught there. If you know that your email address had changed since you made your original order, OR, if you're positive you had preordered the digital book but you don't see an email from me anywhere, please feel free to email me!

Thanks, and happy reading!

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5 comments:

Carousel on Jul 28th, 2013 @ 12:57 AM
I just got mine a while ago and now I need to read it still. <.<" I am looking forward to it. I did get the development teaser.

CallistaSkip on Jul 27th, 2013 @ 12:18 AM
@Captain: ::big grin::

@Nezumi: Considering all of my academic training was in Writing and Publishing, I completely and totally agree with you. (Though I will note that books can be hard to take care of. Moisture, heat, sunlight, and time all take their toll eventually.)

POD publishing may have little overhead as far as needing to storage and out-of-pocket costs, but the author/company would have to pay fees and trust POD printers (dunno if you've ever used one, but they're less than steller).

We're pleased with the physical product that Fur Planet has provided us, and are happy to make the book digitally available to people would like it that way. :)


Nezumi12 on Jul 26th, 2013 @ 11:35 PM
not a fan of eBooks. Paper doesn't need electricity and books have infinite battery life. but i'll read one if it's good and only available digitally.

Have you looked into print-on-demand publishing? people could order a copy and it gets printed up and shipped out. little more expensive individually, but virtually no overhead.








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