Just a quick update today.
£35 and higher backers have been given instructions on how to access their copy of “Elite: Reclamation, the official Guide.” This is a 109 page PDF document with lots of unseen imagery, content and behind the scenes information on the book. I will be making this generally available in a few weeks, and will update when that occurs.
All other pledge rewards have now been honoured with the exclusion of the £75 and upwards tier with the specially signed paperback versions. These are expected to be available by Fantasticon in August.
Elite: Reclamation itself is now available (in ebook form) and in pre-order (in paperback, hardback and audio) to the general public via Fantastic Books Publishing’s store. 10% of proceeds of sale from FBP go to my nominated charity, Ashford Dyslexia Centre. You may recall from previous blogs that my eldest son is dyslexic and these folks helped him enormously to be able to access books and so on.
Elite: Reclamation will be made available on Amazon shortly.
So far I’ve had a few comments back that folks are enjoying the story, but, as far as I’m aware, no one has finished it yet. I wait with baited breath to see what people think. One thing I will be after are some reviews, but I’ll post about that in a future update as I will want to focus that attention on Amazon itself. It may not be to everyone’ taste, but Amazon is by far the biggest marketplace available and reviews there will be hugely appreciated.
Other than that, if you can spread the news of the book’s availability that would be much appreciated.
Next up is prep for LaveCon and Fantasticon. LaveCon is not far away now, on the 5th and 6th of July. If you haven’t booked to come to this festival of Elite geekery… now’s the time! You can get tickets from here.
My travel and hotel are sorted and I’m looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible there!