From the Kickstarter fundraising campaign for Trajelon: The Way of the Falling Star Book 2, Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020:
Because I felt the need to do something productive and positive today, I just spent an hour and a half at the Post Office mailing out these bad boys.
It’s, uh, going to take me a while to input each and every tracking number for you guys, so bear with me on that.
Now that I’ve put all of the hard copies in the mail, three weeks before the official launch date, I’m mulling over the unfairness of the fact that the eBooks will not be downloadable from the Aerio store until November 24th. The only way to circumvent this would be to manually add the eBook to the store early, which would make it sort of a soft early release because it would then be available for purchase to anyone who should happen by. So… not sure how I feel about that, but I’m also not completely taking it off the table. I’ll get back to you.
But in any event, the paperbacks (and hardcovers) are now on their way to everyone to whom one is due. I hope they arrive swiftly and that they hit the spot when they get there!
And don’t forget to join me for the launch party on the 24th!
Fantastic achievement. I received my tracking number, and seeing how many items you had to mail out, I am in awe of your organisational talent. Whenever I have to send items tracked (for the auctions), it’s a massive headache at the post office, with the post mistress basically manually noting down the names and the tracking numbers. Takes ages. So, well done. Suffice to say that I can’t wait for the book to arrive here…
It was certainly a lot of packages — the size of the receipt is ridiculous! 😂
Luckily, the tracking numbers are stickered onto the individual customs forms for the international packages, or else I’d never be able to keep those straight.
I hope they move through the mail as quickly as those adorable earrings you sent me!
Haha, yes, I know those kind of receipts.
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Thanks! After all these (weird) months, it’s exciting that this stage of the whole thing has finally come.