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by Christina Ledbetter

You Can Buy My Book in Paperback

Remember when I wrote a book and the site selling it went kaput and it was really embarrassing and terrible and I felt like I’d wasted two years of my life working on a project that I couldn’t figure out how to get to the masses?

Well, do I have some news for you!

But first, let me say that this may be one of those posts where three weeks from now I end up asking myself, why didn’t I just wait?

Here’s the thing: You can now buy my book in paperback!

The reason I may regret posting this is because I haven’t seen the final version yet. I seriously just ordered it myself about 12 seconds ago. I realize this is a huge risk, but I’m doing it anyway. Besides, if you order today and you get it in the mail Saturday and find some heinous error, you can know that somewhere across town I am staring at that same heinous error and crying. And then you can come hug me.


Categories: This and That

5 replies

  1. Bought it. Eagerly awaiting.

  2. Read the online version. Loved it, very well done.

    Planning to order the paperback so I can get it signed by the authors at a to-be-announced book signing event at Franks Pizza

    You are a talented story-teller, hope you’ll write another book.

  3. My mom wanted me to go to a book signing at the old train station in Orange, mainly to see the inside of the building. I’ve been a little obsessed with that building, so, of course I said yes. We get there, and as I stood there reading the synopsis while she discussed payment, I decided I was going to borrow her book, before it was even hers. I just finished it and wanted to tell you that I really loved it. I feel like I know Eddie and Debbie, definitely not enough to obtain a gumbo recipe though.

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