Monday, July 18, 2011

Re-edited, Revised, Revamped AMOT

So today the ebook versions of A Matter of Time have been re-released from Dreamspinner. They are the same versions as the paperbacks so now they all match. The old versions from Club Lighthouse are in the process of being taken down from all sites. For brand new readers of the series, it now reads clean, breaks where it should and there are only two volumes instead of 4. Thank you everyone for being excited with me for the reissue.

The sequel to AMOT will be out in either late September or early October from Dreamspinner. As soon as I have a firm date, I will let everyone know as well as post up the cover. I can't wait!

11 comments:

  1. Yay!! Looking forward to reading the shiny new ebooks and having a ceremonial deleting of the old versions. :)

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  2. Oh Kris, now you can get rid of your Bugs Bunny files, what will you do? :)

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  3. so are the old versions story-wise any different?

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  4. Story-wise, as in the outcome, the stories are not different but now they have been edited for continuity, punctuation now occurs, and they now break correctly. Also, extraneous add ons that were tacked onto the endings of the books have been deleted. Plus, hello, Anne Cain's covers rock. :)

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  5. I bought only the first one last year and didn't read it waiting to get them all and read them at the same time. Would it be better for the story to get them all from Dreamspinner now? I see that the outcome remains the same but does the new editing and other changes make it better to get the rest in this new format?
    Thanks. And loved Again, only wished for a longer length.

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  6. Melanie~
    Don't buy the Club Lighthouse versions at all. I am in the process of making them all disappear. The Dreamspinner versions are edited and the continuity errors are fixed and, most importantly, Vol. 1 has Books 1 & 2 in it and Vol.2 has Books 3 & 4. You save money at DSP plus, the sequel will be out very soon. The books are up at ARE as well, the shiny DSP versions. :)
    And I'm thrilled you loved Again, I am sort of fond of Dante myself.

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  7. Thanks, Mary. I was leaning that way anyhow so I will get the DSP versions.

    And any chance for a sequel to Again? Really enjoyed those characters and would love to revisit them.

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  8. I am planning on writing a sequel to Again, just not sure if I will write it from Noah's POV or Dante's. Still deciding...

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  9. I'm one of those people who rarely reads romance--m/m romances even less. So, when a friend of mine suggested that I buy and read both the Matter of Time series and Timing, I was a bit hesitant. Now, after doing so, I feel like a complete and total idoit. Saying that I just enjoyed them all would be like, the understatement of the century. I haven't laughed out loud that much while reading in quite some time. It was quite a pleasant little surprise for me. Gave me the break that I needed from focusing on nothing but lab work, scientific documents, and the Japanese Language Proficiency Test all summer. <-- overworked grad student :/

    Anywho, here's to looking forward to more Jory and Sam. And please keep up the good work!

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