ALL COPIES HAVE NOW BEEN CLAIMED!
Thank you all for your interest. Fourteen libraries have requested copies and although I was only going to give out five books, I’ve just checked and I’ve enough for all fifteen libraries (including DigitalMaverick’s). All copies will be sent out in the next few days.
Back when I was deep in the bowels of Argleton, a Twitter friend, DigitalMaverick, asked me if I might have a spare copy for the library at the school he works at. Saying yes was obviously a no-brainer, but it made me wonder if any other libraries might like a copy. I have a few paperbacks left over from the print run I did earlier in the year and would be more than happy to set five aside, not including DigitalMaverick’s, to send out to libraries if they are wanted.
If you work for a library – of any sort, anywhere in the world – and you would like a copy of Argleton, please simply fill in this form and I will send you a copy. All copies now claimed!
Please note that I’ll be working basically on a first come, first served basis, but if there’s enough demand then I can think about how to raise some money to do a reprint.
If you don’t know whether Argleton would be suitable for your readers, you can read some reviews here or on Amazon, or even give it a test drive by downloading it from this site or buying it on Kindle, using one of these links:
- Free PDF (344 kb, probably the nicest reading experience)
- Free plain html (suitable for Read Later or Instapapering)
- Free plain text (if you see odd symbols all over the place in your browser, try setting your encoding to auto-correct, or download and read offline)
- Free ePub
- Free Mobi
- Free, as a WordPress page (also suitable for Read Later or Instapapering)
And remember, if you don’t work for a library but would like a paperback copy of Argleton, you can still win one! All you have to do is sign up to my mailing list (on the right there), and when I have 100 subscribers I will be picking one at random to receive a copy.