For those who haven’t had to live through it, let me tell you that winter here is cold. On some days negative Fahrenheit cold. You don’t want to go outside. If you own a car you have to spend many a morning shovelling it out from under a snow bank (I’ve seen cars that have been left by their owners for two months beneath five foot of snow that’s only now melting). If you don’t own a car you’re at the whim of public transport and it’s own particular frailties regarding cold weather. Walking short distances can become challenging as the pavements alternate between clear, narrowed to single file by snow banks, treacherously icy or so impassable they force you to walk along the road at the mercy of passing traffic.
It will be available for other eReaders soon, being out on the Nook next week and available through Apple, Borders and more shortly after.
I’m currently harassing my editor on an almost hourly basis (note: editors really don’t appreciate this) to get Part 2 ready for release and as soon as I have it, it will be going available.
When the three parts are all edited and released, we’ll be releasing a paperback version for all those of you who prefer more traditional reading formats.