Hot Mess Now Available In Print! And Everywhere Else, Too!

Remember that short story I wrote? The one I said I was proud of? And remember how it was only out for Kindle at first, and how angry you were at me because you didn’t own a Kindle and couldn’t read it? (You were angry, right? I mean, you wanted to read it so badly that you just burned with fury, right? Right?) Let your anger fade away, for there is no longer any reason for you not to buy Hot Mess today! You can buy it in print, for Kindle, for your Nook, or through in any other electronic format you can imagine. You can read not only my short story, “She Says Goodbye Tomorrow”, but five other excellent speculative fiction tales about climate change.


It’s a great collection. If feedback can be trusted, you could even be forgiven for getting excited about reading my short, because people are saying nice things and it can’t be because they’re afraid of me. Not even ants are afraid of me. It’s one of the best things I’ve written, and it’s now available in a million formats. Let’s run the options down again.

  • Buy a book! An actual, physical book! It’s available on CreateSpace from Amazon!
  • Your Kindle is sexy, no? Mine is. It can be even sexier with a copy of Hot Mess in MobiPocket format.
  • I don’t own a Nook, but you do, and your Nook demands you help the environment. Whatever the Nook format is called: Buy that!
  • Finally, if you don’t want an actual book (why not, though?), and don’t have a Kindle or a Nook, you can still get a digital copy from Smashwords!

If you already bought a copy, thank you. Seriously. Thank you. A lot. If not, you really should give it a try. I’m not saying that for the 20 cents a copy I make, but because there’s good writing in this book and you should absolutely read good writing. Even when it’s written by me.

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6 Responses to Hot Mess Now Available In Print! And Everywhere Else, Too!

  1. samatwitch says:

    I have it on my Kindle app on my tablet, I just haven’t read it yet because I keep getting all these books from the library that I had put on hold. (Also, I always forget I have books on my tablet.)

  2. Eric says:

    I know how it is when all the holds start coming in. Pressure! So much pressure!

    I just appreciate the support in any way, and you picking up the book is awesome. I look forward to your reaction once you read the collection – obviously! – but it’s so, so appreciated that you grabbed it at all. Thanks, Sams!

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