Just a note to let you know my book, “Lost: A Search for Meaning,” is up for sale now online. The publisher said this morning that the books may be done at the printer as soon as two weeks from now, so hopefully pre-orders now won’t have to wait very long for their copies.
You can purchase directly from the publisher at the following link:
This is cool not only because you help out a smaller publishing house by buying direct, but they also offer a 20% discount.
If you feel more comfortable with Amazon, you can go to www.amazon.com and enter “Lost: a Search for Meaning” or my name (Christian Piatt), and it should pull up. Today, the book summary, endorsements and cover art were not showing up for some reason, but it will order just fine. Although it’s a little more expensive this way, it does help to boost my sales ranknig, which generally leads to more sales. Personally, I don’t care how people get a copy, as long as they read it!
You may also have the book ordered at any bookstore. If they have a hard time finding it, let them know that Ingram, Spring Arbor and – I believe – Baker and Taylor (three of the biggest book distributors) all are carrying it.
Please let me know if you have any problems with any of these. If you’re in my local area, I’ll have copies too. If you have any other questions, feel free to drop me a line. I’ll post another note when it’s officially available. Keep in mind this is a pre-order situation, so it will take 2-3 weeks (if all goes well) before you get it.