Wage Slave Rebellion is officially in print

March 20, 2015

WSR print copy

That’s right, Wage Slave Rebellion is now officially available in paperback.

What that means for you: Print versions! If you want one, you can buy one from Amazon now.

What it means for me: Nothing much. Business as usual. I expect I’ll still get most of my sales through ebooks, which suits me just fine, that being my preferred reading method.

That said, I do have to admit: It was pretty cool getting to hold a physical book that I wrote. I was surprised by that—I thought I had successfully sealed away my nostalgia for paper books behind the wall reasons why ebooks now trump them. But I guess some of it still remains.

Get ’em if you want ’em.

P.S. If you haven’t, please sign up for my email list. I told subscribers about the print version two weeks ago, and all future announcements will be made there first.

As always, thank you for using my Amazon Affiliate link (info).

By Stephen W. Gee

Author of Wage Slave Rebellion, Freelance Heroics, and about two good blog posts out of a hundred.


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    Congrats! You’re up another step on the ladder of being an author (yes printed books are kind of a big deal for me). I already bought the ebook version after you sold ebooks for me on RandomC though.

    Also, I’ve signed up for that email list several months ago, but I didn’t get that announcement… Also haven’t gotten Action Politics. I’m wondering if I did some kind of mistake when I joined or something.

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      Huh, nevermind. Posting this comment sent me the confirmation email.

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        Stephen W. Gee

        Great! Sorry about any trouble there, not sure what went wrong. It looks like you’re on there now, though.

        If you have any problems (or didn’t get the Action Politics link), email me at stephenwgee(at)gmail(dot)com and I’ll do what I can to help you out.

        Thanks again <3

        1. Erimaki

          No worries, everything worked great! =)

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    Congratulations on publishing the print versions.

    A question: how did you determine the print price of $13.95 vs. an e-book price of $3.99?

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