The Whatever. Okay. We’ve got a title and a jacket design. I’m not crazy about the title but it’s not bad for a compromise. (*1)
According to Amazon, the book comes out in mid-November. For a non-famous person like me, that means it will be out in mid-October. (*2)
Anyway: here is a virtual representation of the real thing.
*1: As I said in my previous post: Please do NOT bombard me with emails or comments about how I really need to leave the publishing Nazis behind and self-publish. I know the drill. I have my view; you have yours. Self-publishing is part of my future, but that’s then. This is now. (Re. the “Nazis” term: One reason I don’t read self-publishing blogs anymore is because those who have them tend to be, shall we say, supremely self-righteous. A blog entry on one of said sites described traditional editors/publishers as Nazis. Oooh, boy, did I not ever go back there again.)
*1: Every book has what is known as a “lay-down date,” on which the book is released for sale. But those dates are only real for Very Famous Writers, for whom a Big Fuss will be made on that date. For the rest of us, however, the book lands in stores and online whenever it’s released from the warehouse. That’s typically a month prior to the lay-down day.