Sold Out: Signed & Numbered Edition of Unfettered

I’m not surprised to report that the Signed & Numbered edition of Unfettered is sold out—for now.

I say for now because the people who pre-ordered the Signed & Numbered edition of The Dark Thorn between April 2012 and September 2012 have first rights to the same number of the Signed & Numbered edition of Unfettered. They have until December 1st to buy it. If they do not, I might have a few copies left of the Signed & Numbered edition of Unfettered in December. More on that when the time comes.

Note: For those of you who ordered a Signed & Numbered edition of The Dark Thorn between April and September, you will be receiving a new purchasing link via the email on record later today. The old link and password won’t work.

In the meantime, order the trade hardcover edition of Unfettered. It will have a blank signature page. Over the years, I bet many of you can fill the book up with autographs from some of your favorite writers! Not to mention you’ll get to read the stories too!

Thank you for supporting me during this difficult time. I wish this on no one. I’m lucky in that I’ve made some wonderful friends over the years who happen to be great writers with awesome fans. Without you all, I’d be bankrupt and my future shot for the next decade!

2 thoughts on “Sold Out: Signed & Numbered Edition of Unfettered

  1. Shawn, a few questions for you:

    What are your international shipping rates? I’d like to buy a hardcover but I’m not interested in paying ridiculous amounts for shipping. Some bookstores charge as much as 50$ for shipping to france whereas amazon.com charges 4$ for shipping from US to Europe for books which is much more resonable.

    Will there be an audiobook edition?

    Like another poster mentionned previously, I’d be very interested in a free ebook with the hardcover purchase. Please do keep us updated on whether this will be possible.

    Also, when you accrued this huge medical debt (through no fault of your own obviously), did you consider filing for bankruptcy? I’m sure that could be a difficult process but if the bills were too huge, it might have been a good way to get relief from some of the debt.

    • What are your international shipping rates?

      I use the rates that USPS.com quotes. I charge what USPS charges me. No more, no less.

      Will there be an audiobook edition?

      Not likely, although that is something I’ll look into soon.

      Like another poster mentionned previously, I’d be very interested in a free ebook with the hardcover purchase. Please do keep us updated on whether this will be possible.

      It won’t be because there is no technology that will make this stress free and easy on me, unfortunately.

      Also, when you accrued this huge medical debt (through no fault of your own obviously), did you consider filing for bankruptcy? I’m sure that could be a difficult process but if the bills were too huge, it might have been a good way to get relief from some of the debt.

      Yes, I considered medical bankruptcy. But I didn’t want my financial future for the next 15 years to be ruined due to the blind “luck” of getting cancer. I have hopes of buying a home in the next seven years and the bankruptcy would have killed that chance. Instead, I reached out to friends and they were gracious enough to save my ass. Forever in their debt and the readers who are buying the book, no doubt about it! 🙂

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