Days of paper
People seem to be enjoying the paperback edition – as a workbook, 100 Days, 100 Grand is designed to be scribbled on, with wide margins and linespacing, and ebooks aren’t quite naturals at that yet. Nothing makes me happier than seeing someone adding notes and highlights; by the end of someone’s hundred days I’d like their copy to be dog-eared, covered in runes, stained with coffee and stacked with Post-Its.
(By the way, the best way to get your copy is to order directly from me – you get it signed with a note of thanks, and I make more money.)
But it’s a big book, and people are complaining they can’t carry it around when they work in freelancer haunts like coffee shops. So in May I’m launching a set of new editions – splitting down the book’s 10 Parts (of 7-14 chapters each) into separate books. They’ll contain exactly the same content, but in easier form factors of 60-150 pages apiece. Hey, if it makes life easier for my audience, I’m all for it!
Look out for the set of 12 (including the intro and appendices) at Amazon soon, in all three formats (paperback, Kindle, and Print Replica.) Right, time to start work…