It is not for lack of trying. The authors have worked hard on getting the pages signed. But several of Unbound‘s contributors have had some hard times in the last year and that has resulted in the pages not being signed for months.
Needless to say, I apologize for how long this has taken. But I’ve been clear with my writers that if serious life events occur that the signature pages come second. I’m not big on stress and I’d be a hypocrite not to believe the same thing with the contributors.
I have just received the pages back, to gauge how far we have to go. You can see a picture of one of the signed pages on the right. It looks worse than what it is. If you take me out of it — I always sign within five hours or so — we have 10 signatures left. Of those ten, only 4 don’t live in the Seattle area.
Effectively, I have to get 4 authors to sign the pages. Then the pages will come back to me and I’ll try to do a large sit-down signing with the remaining authors who live near me.
This is where we stand right now. Thank you for your patience! More news when those four signatures are added and the pages come back to me for the Seattle signing.
Hope you are reading something great!