This time, Lulu passed it through and didn’t notify me. -_- Anyway, it’s up!
In the time that I’ve been pondering how and whether I want to take the effort to get Soar into iBooks and Nook on my own, I could’ve already resubmitted it to Lulu. So I’ve fixed the nitpick that bothered them and resubmitted it. Hopefully it will go through this time.
In the mean time, please be aware that the Lulu EPUB link has changed. (They make you submit a whole new revision with a new ISBN to fix the cover image.) The old URL will forward, but I strongly recommend anyone passing around the link to use this one:
It’s controlled by me, here on the site, and will always point to the latest proper URL. Thank you!
It seems Lulu dropped the ball on me for over 2 weeks. My apologies to the Nook and iBooks users out there, if any, who were waiting. I’m planning to look into posting them on those two stores myself in the next couple of days. If anyone has requests for another ebook store, please let me know! comments at nafina.com
Has anyone seen reviews of Soar, good or bad? If you’re on Facebook, please leave it in the comments! Otherwise, send me an email: comments at nafina.com. And as always, please encourage your friends to “like” the Facebook pages, follow my Twitter, and/or subscribe to the RSS feed (all in the sidebar). Thank you all!
Also, Happy New Year!
Here is a neat video of “wing suit” flying. These sorts of videos inspired a number of things in Soar. (Thanks for the link, Sam. :))
Just as a reminder, the e-book versions of Soar are now available for both Kindle and EPUB readers (by way of Lulu). Lulu is releasing coupon codes for e-books periodically, as well! Please check the links below (or on the sidebar). Sadly, the Nook and iBooks stores are both dragging their feet on adding Soar to their catalogues. But! With most EPUB readers, you can also use the Lulu version. (For example, you can buy it in Safari on an iPad and it will offer to “download” into iBooks.)
Thank you all for the love and support you’ve shown! #^^#