Curveball Year Two: That Which Does Not Dream, Available Now

Submitted by C B Wright on

Curveball Year Two: That Which Does Not Dream is now available for purchase on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Play, iBooks, Page Foundry/Inktera, and Scribd in eBook format. It should also be available in the Barnes & Noble online store soon.

If paperbacks are more your thing, the Curveball Year Two trade paperback is also immediately available on the CreateSpace and Amazon online stores. It may start showing up in other places eventually, but that tends to take longer. Anyone who purchases the trade paperback on Amazon also gets the Kindle version free through Amazon's Kindle Matchbook program.

Trade Paperback is $14.50, eBook is $3.99.

But that's not all!

Curveball Year One: Death of a Hero has been edited, updated, given a brand new cover, and reissued! It is also available for purchase on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Play, iBooks, Page Foundry/Inkterra, Scribd, and Barnes & Noble in digital format.

Again, if paperbacks are what you prefer, we have you covered: the Curveball Year One trade paperback has been re-issued with the updated content and cover and is also available on the CreateSpace and Amazon online stores. Again, anyone who purchases the trade paperback on Amazon also gets the Kindle version free through Kindle Matchbook.

Trade Paperback is $14.50, eBook is $2.99 (except for on the Barnes & Noble site, which is still showing a $3.99 price tag--I guess they haven't updated the listing yet).

I should also add that due to preternaturally silly pricing algorithms, you will from time to time stumble across copies of the first edition of Curveball Year One selling for hundreds, sometimes even thousands of dollars. So... collector's item!

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I purchased Year Two on

I purchased Year Two on Amazon, but I get the cover, but nothing else. Should I bring this up to Amazon, or is there something on your end to look at?

I didn't want to cause unnecessary grief by going to Amazon before checking with you.

Figured it out. sorry to

Figured it out. sorry to bother you. Please feel free to delete this thread

What was the issue? It'd be

What was the issue? It'd be nice to have that tucked away in case someone else runs into the same problem...

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I needed to delete the book

I needed to delete the book from the Kindle Fire, restart the Kindle, then download the book from the cloud again.