“Um, Killian, where is 12.21.12?” and Monday Author Blog Hop

Aloha! I’m just back from a week long vacation in Maui. I achieved boiled lobster status on Day #2, so the rest of the week was spent lurking in the shadows, conversing with lizards and frogs.

And when I came back from vacation, what did I find in my inbox but a good number of emails asking what happened to 12.21.12. As some of you have discovered, 12.21.12 is no longer available for sale on most of the sites where it had been listed. Yes, 12.21.12 is out of print, but only temporarily! I’m currently transitioning to a new publisher, and we hope to have a 2nd (expanded) edition back on the shelves in hardcover, paperback, and electronic versions mid- to late-Fall. More details on that as they become available.  In the meantime, you may still be able to find some limited number of print copies available through Bookshop Santa Cruz, The Avid Reader, Book Nook Monroe, or ThoroughlySmitten.com.

And then, as I know some are wondering, what about A Love by Any Measure? “ALBAM” will still be issued out later this fall, but the date is TBD. Again, as soon as I have additional information I’ll pass it along to all of you.

AND…. Let’s hop. Well, I’m still pretty full of delicious Hawaiian food, but I’ll try to muster a hop. Authors, if you’d like to join the hop, click here.

1.Gabriella Hewitt – Guest Author Opal Carew discussing soul-mates
2.Jennifer Lane: Book Club
3.Nicki Elson: What I love about Indie Publishers

3 Comments  to  “Um, Killian, where is 12.21.12?” and Monday Author Blog Hop

  1. Congratulations to you Killian! Both on your vacation and new opportunities! Thanks for the update!

  2. Wow, Maui sounds pretty awesome–too bad you had to hide from the sun dealing with an ouchy sunburn. Been there! I’ve only been to Oahu but I have a psych conference in Honolulu in 2013 so hopefully I’ll have time to hop to another island while I’m there. Good luck getting your novels up and running!

  3. Nicki Elson says:

    Well, lurking in the shadows can still be fun, right? I’m sure anything in Hawaii can be fun!

    Hardcover sounds very cooooool…

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