The good news:
The good news:
I received in today’s mail a copy of the POD edition, which has a large PROOF on its last page, and some notes already attached saying “I’ve got this one, go find another one to fix.” But close, yes. And a quite attractive paperback, IMO. Of course I found things that many goings over by many eyes did not catch before this (my proofreading on the screen is not as good as my proofreading on paper!) but so far I consider them minor. The front looks about the same on paper as on the screen; the back cover has the same border, the harp & tree centered toward the top, and a blurb. Plus the very un-archaic-looking ISBN barcoding, but you can’t have everything unless bind it yourself.
Bluebonnets are really coming on now, and of course the rest of the week will be about church music, getting to rehearsals and services, and not losing the theology for the music minutiae. Next week a houseguest. And writing. I am not ready for any of this stuff.
Deeds of Honor is now available for the Nook direct from Barnes & Noble:
First, for those wishing for a print form of DEEDS OF HONOR. A POD version will appear. I don’t know when yet, or have the details, but sales were good enough in the first couple of weeks of the e-book to trigger the “How would you feel about a POD version?” question from the powers that be. And I said “Sure, fine, let’s do it.” More when I know more.