The correct way to pre-order a novel

hagridden_book_coverNow that we’re less than a month away from the official release date for Hagridden, I’ve started getting questions about how to pre-order the book. Eventually, there will be a variety of ways to call shotgun on your copy of the novel, and when they’re available, you’ll find those at the novel’s website, But for now, there’s an even BETTER way!

You remember that awesome Hagridden-themed game of tag in Columbus, Ohio, I’ve been mentioning lately? It’s called Rougarou: Journey to the End of the Night, and even if you can’t get out to Columbus to join us for the party, you can use that event to get your hands on Hagridden simply by supporting the event’s IndieGoGo campaign:

One of the smaller support levels is the price of the book, $15, for which you get not simply a book but a signed book!

Considering that shipping is included in the $15, it’s actually cheaper than it would be to purchase it on Amazon, and it’s autographed, and it supports a awesome event. AND, if shipping goes swiftly, you might even get your signed copy of Hagridden before the official release date!

That’s how you pre-order a book, gang!

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

2 thoughts on “The correct way to pre-order a novel

  1. That’s an excellent way of promoting both the book and the event.

    It reminds me I also have peripheral involvement in an indiegogo campaign (I scripted the ‘patter’ for the stallholders), which is currently struggling.

    I have to say I am greatly impressed by the level of your promo for ‘Hagridden’. I feel almost like a remote member of the midwifery team. I’m looking forward to the delivery.


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