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07/24/2012

Book Update (thanks and second edition)

by Jeremy Hooper

First a thanks. This last month has been exciting, humbling, and a proverbial roller coaster of emotion, as my book made its way Screen Shot 2012-07-24 At 1.46.43 Pminto the world. I've had so much support from LGBT bloggers, organizations (HRC and GLAAD, particularly), and, especially, readers like you. The feedback has been amazing.

But things can be even more amazing. The first edition printing is now out of stock, so, due to a few mistakes that both my and my copy editor's eyes overlooked (two omitted words, one transposed word, a handful of superfluous commas), I have requested and received a corrected second edition printing. That process is nearly complete, but in the meantime (3-5 days) the paperback edition of the book will be unavailable for shipping from Amazon. It can be purchased, but won't be shipped until the changes are implemented.

201206150822The Kindle edition, however, has already been corrected and is available for immediate download. If you have previously purchased a Kindle copy, you can re-download the new edition free of charge.

If you have a first edition of the paperback? Hold on to it. Consider it a collector's edition. I'm sure it'll go for millions of eBay in a few decades. :-)

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