Did I not post about this here? Apparently not. What a shocking oversight!
After much sturm und drang and up and down and elation and depression and … you get the picture. After months and years of all of that, I came to a writing-career decision that, for me, was very, very major. Namely, no more with the agents and editors and publishing companies. Embrace the e-book revolution, I told myself. So I published Time and the Soldier as an e-book, putting aside all thoughts of seeing it published physically, let alone seeing it on the racks in the local supermarket.
Which is also to say, I self-published it. Better than having it gather virtual dust on my hard drive, unread by anyone else. It may only be read by a few other people, but that’s still a few more than would read it if it never left my PC. And it will be around and available for purchase forever, or at least for a very long time.
And it has a very spiffy cover, which I created myself via the magic of Photoshop.
Details, including links to buy it in Kindle and various other formats, here: http://www.dvorkin.com/timsol
Too bad I’m not a famous blogger. The book would be virtually flying off the virtual shelves within seconds after I post this.