I have created two editions, a US Edition and a World Edition. They are identical in content, but the World Edition is in a slightly larger format, so it's $2.00 more. The trade off is that you don't have to spend a million dollars on shipping if you're not in the US. NOTE: Canadian customers have informed me that, by choosing the US edition, they can save $2 + GST. Yay!
Everything you ever wanted to know about Sunken Treasure (but were afraid to ask) can be found in this entry. Here's the book's description at Lulu:
Sunken Treasure is a short collection of my favorite pieces from my books and blog, including a production diary from my 2008 role in Criminal Minds, and excerpts from a collaborative fiction I took part in called Ficlets. As a bonus feature, it also includes the never-before-seen script to a sketch I wrote and performed at the ACME Comedy Theater.
If you ever wanted to know where to start with all my writing, Sunken Treasure is the book for you.
The book is 90 pages long. The US edition is $13 + shipping, and the world edition is $15 +shipping.
Some of you may notice that I missed my noon Pacific release time today by about an hour. That's because, at 11:30 this morning, I got a crazy awesome idea (one in a series, it would seem): As a bonus and a thank you, for the next 48 hours everyone who purchases the book will get to download a live audio performance of See a Little Light, an outtake from Happiest Days of Our Lives, which I included in Sunken Treasure, because it turns out that I liked it a lot, and shouldn't have cut it from Happiest Days in the first place. When you place your order, you should get a thank you e-mail, which will have a link to the file's download location. I'll keep that link alive until about 1pm Pacific on Friday, when it will be sent to the land of wind and ghosts.
I'm super crazy excited that everyone who wants this, no matter where they are in the whole world, has a chance to get it, and I can't wait to hear your feedback.
I know that some of you are interested in the practical nuts and bolts of how this whole thing came together, what it was like to use Lulu, why I'm trying out Lulu, and some other publisher-y things. I've kept a lot of notes about this whole experience, and I'll put all this stuff in its own post, probably next week some time.