07 January 2013

I Have an eBook!! (So, of course, there's a giveaway)

This morning I woke up and decided I wanted to publish an eBook. So I did. You can now buy the eBook version of The Random Writings of Rachel on In fact, you can buy it here, with this little button, for $5.55. For some reason, it amused me to price my eBook for the same price as a Little Caesar's Hot'n'Ready Pepperoni Pizza. I hope it amuses you too.

Support independent publishing: Buy this e-book on Lulu.

In my case, it's not really as impressive as it might look to go from having the idea to publish an eBook upon waking up and having it published by mid-morning, because, as some of you know, I already had the book written, and it's been published in print. Some of you have recently expressed interest in the book that came before the blog existed, so I thought I'd make it available for sale again.

And I'm very excited about it. Chances are, if you like my blog, you will like the book, because it's rather similar, only somewhat more fictional than my blog is. It's every bit as random as the blog, have no fear on that account. My very favorite piece from the book is entitled "On the Dangers of Eating Canned Prunes" if that gives you any idea of the nature of the book. (And, if it makes you feel any better, no one else claims that that piece is their favorite. Only I'm in love with it!)

A link to buy the book will remain on my "About the Writer" page, just in case it takes you a little while to convince yourself that you actually want to read more of this randomness.

And to celebrate, a giveaway, including both a PDF copy of my book as well as a 200x300 ad space on my blog!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Anonymous said...

That is so cool!!! Congrats!

LeiShell said...

How cute are you?! I cannot imagine writing a book, go you! And I hope to win it...

Heidi said...

FUN! Hope I win :)

Moonofsilver said...

Two years ago you gave away this book! You have grown so much and I can't wait to read our new book :)

Moonofsilver said...

That was supposed to be "your" new book. Not our. I didn't write a book with you. Hah!