So here we are, with Eleventh Hour up on Amazon for Kindle readers and Barnes and Noble for Nook readers. Some astute readers might recognize that Eleventh Hour, and subsequently, Midnight Hour, were originally published in the late nineties by Pacific Press Publishing Association. With that in mind, Céleste Perrino-Walker and I took this opportunity to update the books for today’s audience. After all, that’s one of the benefits of electronic publishing!
Scanning and converting Eleventh Hour has been an interesting experience. After such a long time, neither one of us could really remember how the story unfolded. It was a pleasant surprise to find ourselves so engaged again in the lives of characters we had once created.
When Eleventh Hour and Midnight Hour were first printed, they cost nearly three times more to purchase than the new updated versions we are releasing now! Another exciting benefit of electronic books!
To let you in on a little secret, Céleste had never owned an electronic book reader until the week after we started this project. Sounds as if she might be hooked after purchasing a Kindle Fire. Since I kinda talked her into publishing Eleventh Hour and Midnight Hour as eBooks, I hope you pick them up from Amazon, or Barnes and Noble (available soon,) and enjoy reading them.