I am so excited to say my book is now available for purchase! You can check it out on Amazon or barnesandnoble.com by searching my name and the book title Word Bath. If you’re looking for some light poetry, please give it a read. You can see more details on the menu of my blog here, check out the page labeled WORD BATH (easy peasy).
(featured image in this post is by Nick Fewings via Unsplash)
UPDATE: I found a couple typos so it looks like I’ll be going into revision. This is why it’s always good to order a single copy before you go whole hog. So glad I did!
I’m making my book available to family and friends before its official release on Feb. 1 where it should be available on online platforms like Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Now that I have a physical copy in hand (and it’s not backward!) I can place personal orders through IngramSpark. Those who know me personally can check my Instagram stories @dukeofwords or my Facebook for more details later tonight!
I’m currently waiting on the first print version of my book to arrive so I can check it for errors. I received a notification that it has been shipped, so I lie in wait.
My major worry… that the whole thing is backward. The digital proof I was sent looked that way, but I thought: “Maybe it’s going to look different once it’s printed. How could they possibly have flipped my entire file? Especially when I worked with the typesetter who knew what she was doing?”
Revisions would cost extra and delay my release. So fingers are majorly crossed!
I’m stuck in processing limbo with IngramSpark in regards to my eBook. I ordered a print version so I can look it over and make sure all is well in a physical copy, but I swore the eBook would take less time.
Mama always taught me not to swear…
I’m finding IngramSpark’s support team a hit or a miss. I’m not sure where they’re based out of, but first, they locked me out of my original account, I made a new one – asked to have my password reset for the original account… and they reset it for my recovery account instead. Fine, ok moved forward. I upload my book and, after about a week or so, I’m still seeing this:
I reached out to the support team after looking through the FAQs to find out what this might mean and got this answer:
When I asked what she meant by “print” in regards to an eBook I did not receive a reply. And I still haven’t received an email detailing what issues they’re having with the files… that I uploaded on January 9th…
Guess I jumped the gun on thinking this would be happening soon! Anyone else ever used this platform to self-publish??
Bit of a delay with the print release of my book. Looks like it’ll be closer to Feb. 1, 2021. Hopefully, the eBook will be ready soon!