Monday, September 17, 2012

Read "In Stasis" for FREE!

Several days ago I finished my revisions on “In Stasis”, my first (and probably best) Will Vullerman short story. For all purposes, the story is ready for publication. While I have yet to format it for Kindle, and the cover art is still in concept form, the story itself is polished and ready for readers.

And, as I promised, you guys get to read it...for free!

Here are the instructions:

First, you must be a follower or “chronic reader” of this blog at the time of this post to be eligible for a free copy of “In Stasis”. That just means that you have to be one of the 129 current Google followers of this blog, or that you're someone who has been reading this blog for a while.

Second, I need to receive an email from you in order for you to get your free copy. Send me an email at jtbdude [at] gmail [dot] com requesting a copy of the story, letting me know for verification purposes that you're a follower or a reader of this blog.

Lastly, make sure and tell me the format in which you'd like to read the story. I can supply three versions: .odt, PDF, and .doc. Since I haven't formatted the story for Kindle, I won't be able to give out .prc files.

Once I get an email from you, please be patient. It may take up to a week or longer for me to reply with the story attached. African internet is less than stellar when it comes to uploads.

There are no strings attached. While I'd value your opinions and critiques, they are not required for you to receive the story.  If you wish to send me your thoughts on the story, however, I'd love to hear from you.

Please be aware that this offer is not indefinite. (Wow, I sound like a salesman...) This is only available to blog followers from now up until the time the story is published.  After the story is published, this post is no longer valid. So make sure and hurry if you want to read the story!

I hope you enjoy it! :)


Abbey said...

How exciting! *scurries to email*

Charlotte /Starsinger said...

Exciting was the first word that came to my mind too.

Talking about exciting, I have entered three short stories of mine into a writing contest, no prize other than getting them published, and getting a free copy of the book. I had to send them by snail-mail, so I'm hoping to they get there on time *fingers crossed*

Hannah Joy said...

Awesome! I emailed you. Can't wait to read it. :-D

Rob Thacker said...

Oh, well, I guess this teaches me a lesson, should have signed up earlier. :D

Hannah Joy said...

AW MAN. I read it last night, and it was super cool. Although I had a really strange dream after reading it.....;-) Well done, Jake. :-)