It’s the last Tuesday in October, and that means the mass market of Ever After has finally reached the shelves! Yay! So for everyone who has been avoiding spoilers until the price drops (in the e-book, too.) or who just wanted their copies to all be mass market (I’m funny like that, as well.) the wait is over.
This one has the Rachel and Trent short Trouble on Reserve at the back. This is the one that was originally released in the Sony reading app, and I’m soooo glad it’s finally out for a wider consumption. If you already have a copy of Ever After, it’s short enough to read standing in the aisle, and I’ve heard that if you update your electronic copy (especially Kindle) that it will pop in there as well. (If you do, I’ve heard you’ll loose all your notes, highlights, and such, so just be aware.)
If you don’t have your copy of Ever After yet, I’m giving away 31 signed, (yes, signed) e-books on Halloween. To enter, follow the rafflecopter link to enter as many times as you like. It’s basically a fun way for Harper to teach me a new trick–signing ebooks–and increase my mailing list through twitter, FB, and the like. You don’t have to surrender your FB friend list if you don’t want. I’ll be signing and sending the copies out on Halloween night. International is okay, too. It’s all treat, and no trick!
A few weeks ago I told you about a Trent and Rachel story that was preloaded into the Sony e-reader app. (Which is free, by the way) I promised that it was going to be more widely available, and we’ve taken the first step there with the availability of Android users having access to the app as well. If you don’t have an Android or an Apple device, don’t fret! The rights revert back to me very quickly in comparison to a lot of things, and you know I love to share.
The link below is for the Sony app.
This one should be the one for the Droid users. (Thanks, Victoria!)
Or this one:
I know I said I wasn’t going to post today, but remember a few months ago when I bubbled and burbled about something I couldn’t really tell you about, but I was excited about working on? It finally came to fruition. I like telling people I’m the queen of delayed gratification, but wow, does it feel good to finally spill the beans.
The new, free, reader app for the iphone, ipad, and ipod touch has a new, never published Hollows short with Trent and Rachel working together. It’s called Trouble on Reserve. The timing of the story sort of puts it between A Perfect Blood and Ever After, but the feeling of it is seriously slanted toward Ever After. If you get a chance to read it, I’d be curious to know what you think about the “voice.” One of the things I tried to do–besides get a chance to see Rachel and Trent work together–was to give it a more mainstream feel since there’s the chance readers who would normally never pick up the Hollows might be reading it. I am so excited about having it preloaded on the app, I can’t begin to tell you. If you look closely at the mailing Sony released, you can see Into The Woods just on the right of the screen, mostly hidden.
And please don’t fret about not being able to read TROUBLE ON RESERVE if you don’t have the platform. They have exclusive rights to it for a period of time, and then I have other plans for it to be more widely available.
If you want to pick up the app, start here: itunes reader app