Those of you who subscribe to my newsletter,* already got the word: Women Warriors is coming out in paperback and the paperback is available for pre-order. I’m delighted. Having a book come out in paperback isn’t a given in today’s publishing world.
To celebrate, I have a pre-order bonus for anyone who orders the book prior February 25, the day it releases: an ebook telling the story of a single woman warrior. Her story only got a couple of sentences in Women Warriors, even though it’s one of my favorites. (Sometimes a writer has to make hard choices, alas.)
It’s easy to claim your copy. Once you have pre-ordered the book from the retailer of your choice, forward your receipt to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. (For that matter, if you buy Women Warriors in any format between now and February 25, you’re eligible for the ebook.)
If you know someone who might be interested, please share this post with them.
Thank you for all your support over the last year. Next week, more Nuremberg, unless I stumble across something fascinating that I can’t wait to share
*You didn’t know I have a newsletter in addition to this blog? You’re not alone. Apparently I do a lousy job of making this clear to people. Here at History on the Margins, I tell stories from history, review books, and share historical tidbits that catch my imagination. In my newsletter, I consider the process of writing and thinking about history. What does that look like in real life? Let me give you examples from our visit to Nuremberg over the Christmas holiday. Here on the blog I wrote about Nuremberg Castle and what I learned there. In future posts I’ll write about the Nazi parade grounds, the Nuremberg Trials, and Nuremberg as a medieval trade center. In a recent edition of the newsletter, I shared thoughts about local history and the big picture triggered by the historical places we visited, and a tidbit about Albrecht Dürer’shair. If you’d like to see the newsletter in your inbox twice a month, you can sign up here: http://eepurl.com/dIft-b