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Eternal Print

A perfect-bound novel for the optimal reading experience. Everything is arranged as it should be, every font looks exactly as intended and every illustration goes where it belongs. Both Paperback and Hardcover available from Lulu, as well as a middle-of-the-road version from The BookPatch. This technology is amazing, click here for pictures!

Eternal Kindle

Get Eternal directly from Amazon. You should be able to find the novel through your Kindle bookstore as well. Some space, size and position wonkiness is to be expected around the illustrations; it's the price one must pay for the amazing flexibility of the .mobi format. This is the version that sends most profits my way, if you care about such things.

Eternal Smash!

Get the novel at Smashwords, where you can download it in every eBook format under the sun, directly to your PC. I took special care for the .EPUB version to look fantastic, use that one on your eReader if you have a choice.

Eternal Nook

And since the .EPUB looks especially pretty, Nook gets argueably the best-looking electronic version of this novel.


Click the link that matches your platform! Distributed to each vendor by Smashwords. I get the least profits through these, if you care about such things—but don't get me wrong, I'd still be delighted if you bought it.

iBooks | txtr | Scribd! | Flipkart | kobo

Honest reviews are also acceptable currency! I'm sure you're aware of the importance of word-of-mouth for these things, and I value your mouthwords a great deal. Instead of money, I'll accept your word that you'll post an honest review on the Kindle store/Smashwords page/Nook page/iBooks page/Somewhere Else once you're done reading. Contact me (information at the bottom of the page) for a free review copy in your favorite electronic format.

Either way, I implore you to leave a review on the website of your choice, or tell people you know about it if you think they might be interested. I'm just a chump with a day job, and big name marketing is pretty much unattainable for schlubs like me. I rely on you, my dear prospective reader, to help me on this authorial journey. I thank you eternally for your attention.

Always remain vigilant, and may your steps cast a shadow.