Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy EBook Now Available

Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy is now available in a variety of ebook formats from Smashwords. If you've wanted to buy a copy but have been holding out for something that will fit in your e-reader, here's your chance.

Click here to check it out, and pick up a copy if you're so inclined. I haven't had a chance to take a look at it myself yet, but I'm told that it includes all the various sigils and so forth necessary for performing the conjurations of the Kings and Princes, just like the print version.

The sidebar will be updated with an ebook link soon. Until then, use the link above for Smashwords.

As always, thanks much for your continued support!

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Rob said...

I've been meaning to buy the book for a while now, but every month during book buying time I've either had issues with the credit card or having the book delivered. This might just work out better for me, especially since I get it right away too!

It's also nice to see a book reduced in price because it's been made digital. I've noticed that most books cost more to buy on my nook than ordering a hard copy, and I can't understand why that is. At the very least I should get a discount for the cost of material.

Is an ebook a good choice though, or should I wait and get the hardcopy? The big factor for me is whether it's the sort of book I'm going to want to read once front to back, or whether it's something I'm going to want to flip around and use parts of as a reference in the future.

Scott Stenwick said...

Great! I'm glad to hear that you're interested in the book. Feel free to pass along any feedback once you have it, or ask questions over on the discussion forum page. I'll do my best to answer them.

Pendraig's ebooks are all inexpensive, usually $4.99 or so. That's the price for Arcana as well, which has a hardcover list price of $17.95. So that's a real benefit. However, I will say that the book is intended as a reference to be flipped through and used. If you don't like ebooks for such things, I would recommend the hardcopy.