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Launch Week Bonus

March 12, 2016 by Fiction Editor Beth Hill
last modified March 21, 2016

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Launch Week festivities for The Magic of Fiction officially begin Sunday, March 13, 2016, but I wanted to offer readers of The Editor’s Blog an early treat—$10.00 off your print copy of The Magic of Fiction.


You can buy The Magic of Fiction directly from my CreateSpace Store and use coupon code 94MJW7U8 to save yourself $6.50 off the retail price of $37.99.

Buy The Magic of Fiction directly from my CreateSpace Store, use coupon code XECB5MBE, and save yourself $10 off the retail price of $37.99.

The coupon is valid now through the end of Launch Week (Sunday, March 20, 2016).


Note: CreateSpace is an Amazon company, but if you order directly from CreateSpace, the book ships only from the U.S., so shipping fees and times may or may not be favorable to those in every country around the world.

For your convenience, here’s a table of shipping rates and times.

I hope you enjoy The Magic of Fiction!

Follow this link for a list of Launch Week Events, including the giveaway of a First-Thirty Edit on Tuesday, March 15, 2016—an edit of the first 30 pages of a work in progress. (No purchase necessary.)



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9 Responses to “Launch Week Bonus”

  1. John Philipp says:

    Great news, Beth. I ordered the moment I received this and “shared” on my Facebook page. Good luck with the launch!

  2. Pam Rauber says:

    Just ordered. Thank you for publishing a hard copy. Now I have both. If I can’t reach for the hard copy, my iPad is always next to me.

  3. Kat says:

    I’ve been waiting for this for so long! I don’t like getting reference materials in digital format (especially ones I expect to use a lot), so when I saw this posted in a FB group, I rushed to my purse, ripped out my card and *ka-ching*!
    I can’t wait for it to arrive!

    And thankyou for the early birthday gift!

    • Thank you, Kat. I hope it’s everything you need.

      I’m with you on reference materials. While the PDF of is a good option because it’s in fixed format and it’s searchable, the print version will likely be easier to flip through. It’ll definitely be easier to mark up. And don’t you love to see sticky notes sticking out of reference books? This one will not be an e-book—just PDF and print.

      Thanks again.

      • Kat says:

        It’s okay once you get used to a text. Searching electronically is fine, but most of my go-to resources are electronic so the book will find a perfect home on my desk.
        Aren’t we all post-it addicts? 😉