The 2023 Annual Collection: What to Know
Learn More About The Latest Addition to the 365 Library!
Lets get right down to brass tacks, shall we? This will be immeasurably shorter than last year’s rundown, I guarantee it!
The 2023 Annual Collection is here! Available in paperback for $15 USD and as an eBook for $7 USD, it gathers all 20 of last year’s dynamic tales from across the four corners of the irradiated wolven world, plus special duology “The Boss Double Bill,” and exclusive to print editions, the complete 4-page short comic The Avenger’s Creed.
Featuring a special cover by the impeccable Temiree and all of 2023’s tremendous illustrations by our very own Kevin John Jacob, bring home the adventures of your favorite mechanically-inclined hell-raising hounds from the 25th century! And if you dig that cover as much as I do, you’re in luck! Merch is available via our Teepublic store at discount prices for the next TWO DAYS!
Hope you got plenty of room on your shelves, because the fun doesn’t stop there! With work on the ‘23 wrapped, we soldier on assembling our Electric Anthology covering all short stories from our Red Light Bytes series and more, and our Steeled Spies novella! In between that and work on Issue 8 (due out in March!), I plan on re-editing the 2022 Annual Collection one last time to bring it right up-to-date in terms of quality.
For the time being, Amazon will be the print-on-demand home for the series in the name of affordability, but we aren’t closing up shop on Lulu just yet! Thanks to their wide array of trim sizes, we’ll be pouring on the pulp style strong with special pocketbook editions of these forthcoming books, exclusive to Lulu! They’ll be marked with a special red band atop the cover.
And for those who may be wondering where the red band for the 2023 Collection print cover went, well…let’s just say KDP isn’t the easiest to work with on the back end. My proof copy arrived on Thursday the 25th and showed me everything that needed fixing, including the red band falling way too far into the bleed of the cover. Looked nice, but wasn’t practical given the front’s composition. C’est la vie.
But that’s all for now! Let us know how we did by leaving a review on Amazon or commenting here on Substack. We love hearing from readers and learning how we can make the series the very best for our audience. As always, May God Bless You and this Force. Read on, Soldier!
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