Agggh I can’t believe we’re here! Tomorrow is the final day of August, and Wednesday is September 1st aka RELEASE DAY!! ★゜．:*:．ヽ(*゜▽゜*)ノ。．:*:．゜★
Not gonna lie, I’m lowkey terrified.
And a little behind schedule as always, of course. Because of an issue with the cover file, I had to order a 2nd proof copy, just to be sure everything is fine. Hopefully it’ll arrive tomorrow, but most likely it’ll be delivered on release day.
In that case (and because the paperbacks go through a review period before they’re published), the paperback edition of Change of Heart might not be available a little later than I’d wanted. But fear not, it is being released this week (AAH that’s a wild sentence). And the Kindle edition will be available as planned.
For those in Norway waiting for the Outland release, it’ll likely take a week or two before the books are in stock as they need to be delivered and then distributed to the branches. If your Outland doesn’t have the book shelved, ask the staff and they should be able to order it for you!
I’ve also opened my order form for those wishing to buy a signed copy directly from me. Check out the sticky post on this page, or go here for more details.
These books will be ordered along with the batch I’m planing to distribute to test readers, reviewers and of course the giveaway winner. If I have some copies left over, I’ll let the form stay open, but pre-orders will be prioritized.
Speaking of the Giveaway: Thanks SO much to everyone who joined and who helped share it around! I’m humbled and honored that so many of you are looking forward to meeting Noa, Haru and the Rainbows!
I’ll definitely do another giveaway in the future~
Congratulations to Purplebookishwitch on Instagram who will have a signed copy sent out as soon as I get the books delivered to me!
(It’s a little funny how some of you might see my printed book before I do, as they are printed and shipped from the US and it takes a while for them to get here.)
Anyway! Exciting times are ahead. I am super nervous and excited and I’m looking forward to shipping books out to all corners of the world.