WredFright.Com features a blog by Wred Fright, author of the novels Blog Love Omega Glee and The Pornographic Flabbergasted Emus.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Blog Love Omega Glee Ebook On The Way!
Though the serialized version of my novel Blog Love Omega Glee is available on this site, I know that some people have been waiting for the collected edition. Well, it's in the works (in fact, if you are on my email list then you have access to a galley already)! I'll be publishing it as an ebook in .epub and .pdf formats so people should be able to read it on an iPad, Kindle, Nook, or even an old-fashioned computer! I'll discuss my publishing strategy (or lack thereof) in an upcoming post.
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