Graphicly! iBookstore! Kindle! Facebook!

Sat 9/29/2012

Last spring, during my blogging hiatus, I set up an account on Graphicly.com to create new eBook versions of my Phase 7 collections. I have wanted to blog about this for a while, but I've been so busy the last few months, I haven't had a chance, until now.

Basically, this means that Phase 7 #001-#004 and Transition are both available for $1.99 from some popular eBook vendors:

Graphicly is working to expand into more venues (Nook, Kobo, etc.) so hopefully people will be able to check out this work on any device that they are using to read eBooks. I'm hoping to make the next Phase 7 collection (#012 - #016) available as an eBook and as a print-on-demand collection by the end of the year.

Some of you might remember that I put some eBooks on Lulu.com last year. I'm still leaving some stuff up there (because it's cheaper), but for my main books, I'm going to be using Graphicly.com to get them into the digital hands of the major vendors.

One weird side effect of all this was that I had to set up a Facebook account to sign up for Graphicly. Thankfully, I was able to set up a "professional" account, which meant that I did not have to set up another personal account. Anyway, if you are using Facebook and you would like to keep up to date with my publishing schedule and convention dates, or if you have ever wanted to "like" Phase Seven Comics on Facebook, now is the time.

2 comments on this entry

Hey Alec! I think you no longer need a facebook account to sign in with Graphicly, at least I didn't when I signed up in June.

Thanks for the post!

Donna Sep30

Happy Birthday Alec!

Cam Oct04

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