New story! Pre-orders back up! T-shirts!

Hey folks,

Thank you to everyone for their kind words about finding a publisher! I am buoyed by the outpouring of support! I cannot wait to get the book into your hands!

I have a few announcements this evening. The first is that the next story in Clovir: An Overture has been released. It’s called Robin of Erifracia. Click here to read!

The second announcement is that pre-orders are available again! The goodies from the Publishizer campaign are no longer available, but you can get a signed copy of the book early if you pre-order. There will be a cut-off date for pre-orders - if you don’t have yours in by December 31, 2018, you will have to wait for the official launch date (April 19, 2019)! If you pre-order from me, I will sign the book for you, and write a personal note to you if you’d like! Plus you can take solace in the fact that you are supporting me entirely - every book store and online retailer does take a cut of the sales. If you buy from me you are totally supporting an independent artist! A little printed invoice for a pre-order would sure make a great stocking stuffer - just sayin’! :-) Click here to pre-order!

Finally, speaking about Christmas, I am going to attempt another t-shirt printing run from Lonely Planet! They use silk-screening and the quality of the shirts is solid! We will do regular black t-shirts and women’s v-necks again. If you are interested, please e-mail me. I already owe the folks who bought The Librarian tier a t-shirt, plus one extra, so I only need seven more t-shirt orders to get this run printed. Once I have the required twelve, I will start sending out invoices for $25. If you live in the St. John’s area, I will simply deliver it to you. If you live outside of the city, I will charge you a flat rate of $5 for shipping. Sound interesting? Please flip me an e-mail at andrew@andrewmarcrowe.com and tell me what type of t-shirt you want and the size! The deadline is November 10, so you have just over a month to get your order in!

Much love,

Andrew