I’m proud to announce that, as of this morning, I have officially published my first Amazon e-book. The Geek’s Guide to Indianapolis is a handy e-book resource intended for out-of-town visitors—especially those coming to town for Gen Con Indianapolis, which happens at the end of this month. I’ve been working on the book for the last few months, and finally got it to a point that I figured qualified as “finished.” Special thanks to Juli Monroe for doing the cover for me based on a photo I took.
The e-book is currently available only as an e-book on Amazon. However, it is DRM-free, so it can easily be converted to other formats. For that matter, I’ll even be happy to send along an EPUB version of it myself as long as you can provide a copy of your Amazon receipt to prove to me you actually purchased it. The e-book costs $5.99, or can be read for free by those who subscribe to Kindle Unlimited or the Amazon Prime Kindle Owners Lending Library.
The actual act of self-publishing it was a lot simpler than I expected. It was really kind of surprising how easy it was. I need to see about perhaps writing some short stories for publication. It will be interesting to see how well this goes. Meanwhile, if any of you who do read it would care to leave an Amazon review, I’d appreciate it!