An Even Shinier “The Chaos Chronicles: Books 1–3”

If you’re one of the excellent people who have bought a copy of my omnibus ebook of the first three Chaos books, I have good news for you! (At least, I hope it’s good news.) The book has gone through a complete reformatting and general steaming and dry cleaning, and the new, vastly improved version is now up in the Kindle store, the Nook store, Smashwords, and eventually will also be in the Book View Café store, the Apple and Sony stores, Kobo, and wherever Chaos Chronicles books are sold. No actual prose was harmed in the making of this new ebook! It’s the same thrilling story, unchanged except it looks way better on your reader now. (If it’s a Nook, the centered text will actually look centered—not a slam-dunk certainty on a Nook, as it turns out. Or in Aldiko on an Android, for that matter.)

Please be my guest and go back and download the updated version. I’m reasonably sure you can do that without cost, though if you ask me the actual mechanics by which you do it, I’m suddenly going to go all vague on you and excuse myself to go get more coffee. But let me know if you have trouble.

If you haven’t yet sprung for the ebook, well, pay no attention to me; I’m just going to sit in the dark, mumbling to myself about lost opportunities. ($6.99 for three books, are you kidding me?)

By the way, the individual novels, Neptune Crossing, Strange Attractors, and The Infinite Sea are also going to get an update—coming soon, as soon as Ann (who’s doing most of the actual work) finishes up. I’d love to give them new covers, too, but that must be a project for another day.

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  1. Anonymous
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    Can… can… can we MAYBE, pretty-please, sometime in our lifetime, see the next Chaos Chronicles books? I am a large fan, so is my partner, so was my father, and we enjoyed the first four, and we're dying of anticipation (literally, in my dad's case, oh, wait, too late).

    But, in all seriousness… any thoughts?

  2. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    You and me both! Look for an update on this blog two days hence. (No, not a pub date, but info as part of a "blog hop" internet thingy.)

    Short answer: steady progress, but slow. I'm sorting out multiple plots threads and how they converge at the end.

  3. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    Oh–and thanks for the support!

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