Joe’s first novel, 0.00: Tales of the Sober Kid at College, will be relaunched in January 2014 with a new cover design, seen below.
The original novel was released in June 2012, but updating the cover has been on the to-do list for a while now. No other changes to the novel are expected to be made at this time.
In order to accommodate the redesign process, the print version of 0.00 on CreateSpace will be temporarily unavailable. The digital versions on Smashwords, Amazon, and other online retailers will soon follow. Finally, the book website will undergo an upgrade in January.
Updates on the statuses of the sales options will be made available on this site and the book page.
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A paperback version of Joe Micik’s new novel, When You Grow Up, You Can Be Anything (Within Reason), is now available through CreateSpace. Please click here for the link to the title’s listing.
This is the second novel in the Connor Reynolds series. The digital version was released twelve days ago on April 8, 2013 and is currently available on Smashwords; it will soon be available through other digital media retailers, including Amazon, Apple, and Barnes & Noble.
The paperback version of When You Grow Up is 311 pages long and sells in the United States for a list price of $10.99. For those purchasing in the United Kingdom, the paperback cost is £7.99; Eurozone readers may also purchase the novel for €8.99.
On April 8, Joe’s second novel, When You Grow Up, You Can Be Anything (Within Reason), was released. As of right now, it is available on Smashwords. It has been accepted into their premium catalog, meaning it will soon be distributed to the following digital retailers:
• Barnes and Noble
• Page Foundry
• Baker & Taylor Blio
• Baker-Taylor Axis360
The price of the digital copy across all online retailers will be $2.99 USD. The book website will be updated to reflect inclusion onto the new retailer websites as they happen.
The paperback version of When You Grow Up is being processed and will be available within the next several weeks through CreateSpace (it will also eventually be linked with the Amazon listing). Joe will announce its availability. The price will be $10.99 USD.
The launch is getting closer and closer.
Joe’s second novel, “When You Grow Up, You Can Be Anything (Within Reason)” has launched its independent book site today. It can be seen at whenyougrowup.joemicik.com. Right now, the page features character sketches and a brief synopsis.
In the weeks and months to come, the site will have excerpts, information on the release date and purchasing, contact and other media availability information, and much more.
Projected release will come in the spring, but if I told you now, there wouldn’t be quite so much suspense. Check back soon!
Joe is pleased to announce that his latest work, “Great Moments in World Douchebag History,” has been released to the general public on Smashwords. Book description and link to Smashwords page can be found at the provided link. Expanded distribution to other sources such as Apple and Amazon will take place as Smashwords allows.
Readers may set the price as they choose, even if it’s free.
Joe is pleased to reveal the title and cover art of his second novel: “When You Grow Up, You Can Be Anything (Within Reason).” It is the second novel in the Connor Reynolds series.
A release date has not yet been announced. A detailed synopsis can be found on the introductory book page. Like the first novel, it will be released both digitally and in paperback.
More information on the release will follow in the months ahead.
Joe is pleased to reveal the title and cover artwork of his newest collection of short stories. This is entitled “Great Moments in World Douchebag History,” and it forges its way into a new genre: fictional history.
No, not historical fiction. Fictional history.
Check out the book’s introductory page for more information on the story. A release date will be announced in the near future, along with information on where to find a copy.
The website for 0.00: Tales of the Sober Kid at College has been amended to include a more specific section for media requests. Those who would like to review the book for their publication, website, or blog may proceed here. Anyone who has general inquiries or would like to request a press kit can also follow the link.
Joe has begun work on his fifth short story, which is expected to be available for release in August. Its genre is unlike anything Joe has done before: dark fiction.
It is anticipated that this will be a free release. Check the site and Joe’s Twitter, @JoeMicik, for more updates.