Riptide e-signing and a couple other things

Riptide is three weeks from hitting store shelves. Several book reviewers already have advance copies, so here’s hoping they’re enjoying the ride. Anyway, I wanted to mention a few things related to the book.

First, remember that my short story, A Fair Trade, will appear in October’s Star Wars Insider(issue #129, I believe).  The story features Khedryn and Marr before they meet Jaden, and thus before the events of Crosscurrent. I think you will dig.

Second, on the subject of Riptide generally: I did some things with the story that I regard as unusual/risky (YMMV, of course). I think it all works out quite well, but I’m very curious to see reader response.

Third, as always with a new release, I’ll be doing an esigning. If you’d like a signed copy of Riptide and you live in the U.S., just Paypal me $11 (paulsvantekemp@yahoo.com) and I’ll sign it however you want and ship it off to a U.S. address you designate.  The whole process is very easy. If you live overseas, I can ship it there, too, but the price will be $6 for the book plus the shipping cost to your exotic locale. Just email me first to inquire (include your address) and we’ll figure it out.

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11 Comments

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  2. So if I’m not in the US and I’m not overseas I guess I’m outta luck. :(

    Being Canadian rocks, but sometimes it feels like we’re invisible.

  3. I would love a signed copy!!! Already emailed you (I’m from the Netherlands, which is most definitely overseas!!)

  4. Good friend of mine got me into Star Wars recently. In short period of time Ive purchased Crosscurrent (good so far btw Paul), beat Star Wars: Force Unleased and been beta testing Old Republic. Its a good change from Fantasy/Super Hero Im used to

  5. I’ll be buying a signed copy from you. One question….what does YMMV mean?

  6. Pingback: New Excerpt for Paul S. Kemp’s Riptide « Roqoo Depot

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