I don’t know what the term is when your book comes out in paperback though it’s been out in hardcover for a year or so. So I’m calling it a bookmitzvah, for today, my book becomes a gender-non-specific adult.
So yeah, the paperback is out as of yesterday! And there’s going to be lots of guest posts coming up. In fact, there’s one already: The My Favorite Bit on Mary Robinette Kowal‘s blog. I’m giving away some passwords to the deleted scenes over there. So go check it out.
I’ll be sure to share more posts as they occur, but I can tell you I’ve been interviewed by the always fantastic Gail Carriger (update: the interview is up!) and I’m currently working on posts about favorite shakespeare adaptations, ways to get over writers block, and many many more.
Also exciting: the paperback has been out one day, but Amazon only 8 copies left of the paperback (as of 2:30EST). If Amazon sells out by Friday morning, I’ll do something special for all of you on my blog. I’m not entirely sure what that is, but you should feel free to leave suggestions in the comments.
In the meantime, in honor of All Men of Genius’ BookMitzvah, I’m going to be giving away two signed paperbacks! That’s right, TWO. So, there are two ways to enter. The first is to leave a comment below. The second is to tweet a link to this post! (make sure to put @LevACRosen somewhere in the tweet, but not at the beginning – that way I’ll be sure to see it, but more importantly, so will everyone else). One winner will be chosen from the comments, one from twitter, so you have a chance to win two signed copies, made out to whomever you want! And if you’ve already ordered a copy, then let me say that signed books make excellent holiday gifts. So share the contest! And help me come up with ideas on what to do if Amazon sells out! So many exclamation points!
Oh, and the winners will be declared on Nov 28th; in 2 weeks.
And, thank you all so much for making this first year of published-author-dom a great one. You guys, fans, the people who work hard getting my book out there, bloggers, all of you are amazing. Thank you.