Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Polar Bear is edited!

I have now finished editing "Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo" in preparation for releasing it for free on my web site. I'm SO happy with it, I really am.

No new Aardvark today since today was all about Polar Bear, but there'll be three more this week. I'm happy with how they're going.

I've been off-line quite a bit the last few days, so I'm mega behind with my blog reading. I will try to get caught up forthwith. :)

A quick question: would you read a full novel if it were available for free but only electronically? :)

Heather

EDITED TO ADD: Thanks, all. I think I will be releasing it both electronically and on paper. Soon, by Dec 31st, Polar Bear will be free! :)

6 comments:

Laux said...

Depends on the subject and style I suppose. I'm not at all adverse to reading books on the computer, and free is always a good thing. IMHO :)

Paprikapink said...

I wish I had a kindle. I spend so much time hunched over my laptop, the idea of doing it as a way of "curling up with a book" just doesn't appeal. I'm not opposed to digital reading per se. I'm just opposed to spending all my time with a hot lap.

Riohnna said...

It would depend on the subject. I woldn't read a soap opera, but I would read sci-fi, fantasy,,, etc.

Pascale said...

To answer your question : I definitely would (if I like the book, of course, just as with any other book form). In fact, I already did. =)

Fran said...

Even though I'm putting my own online, I can't read a novel that way. There is something about that book, the feel of the page, the print, and the smell of it. I just can't snuggle under the blankets with an online one.

Hope this philosophy doesn't apply to readers of my book online...

tangletale said...

I'm definitely hung up on the book itself. I find it hard to read more than a couple of pages on any electronic device.

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