Re-post from from the author’s blog
Allrighty boy and girls, I’m about to go all techie on you; stand back. I have to admit, I’ve spent the last few years trying to get AWAY from technology and back to the simple pleasures of living in real time. I created a serious learning curve for myself which was less than fun to surmount, but I digress. Point is the bunnies have decided that it’s time to get with the program. When they found out I got a Kindle Fire (after swearing up and down I’d never read a digital book. Like. Ever.) they started taking turns using it whenever my back is turned. I mean, like seriously, they hide it from each other and someone has nibbled a corner of the jacket, probably St. John. Good thing I got that super-duper screen protector. I think they downloaded Watership Down even though I warned them it had some scary bits in it. They are also very fond of LOTR because they like to imagine they are hobbits.
Anyway, it should be no surprise that they are anxiously awaiting the digital release of a book I co-wrote with Eric Stoffle. I should state now, right here, for the record, that it ends on a cliff-hanger so if you decide to read it get the sequel, Midnight Hour, before you finish and save yourself the kind of knuckle-popping anxiety that people raked me over the coals for when it came out in print and they had to wait years – yes, years! Oh the agony! – for the sequel. You can thank me later.
Anyway, Eleventh Hour is going to be released digitally on March 12 – ta-da! – and we’re looking for a few good men – and women, and even bunnies – to give away some pre-release copies to in exchange for an honest review – seriously, dude, you won’t hurt our feelings, we can take it, we’ve got big strong backs from hunching over keyboards every spare second – and post it on Amazon.com or wherever else you like to post reviews of eBooks. So if you want to be one of those people please send me an email at email@example.com and tell me which format you’d like (I think your choices are .mobi or .epub but you’d have to ask Fergal because he’s the geek in the house.)
A bunch of my other print books are about to make the leap into technology and become eBooks as well through one of my publishers, Pacific Press. As resistant as I am to change, and technology, this is actually a good thing. People often ask me where they can find some of my earlier work and a lot of it has gone out of print. Now they’ll be able to get their hands on it again. Wait, maybe that’s not a good thing . . . By the way, may I state, also for the record, no one, and I mean no one, has guessed who the real people were behind the characters in Playing God. No one. But if you’d like to try, you’ll soon have the digital opportunity to give it a shot. Ain’t technology grand?