Good morning, everyone. I’ve been thinking a lot about this, and I’ve decided that in order to do Twenty-Four Hours the way I want to, I have to get creative. I’ll be blunt. I’ve never had the money to do TFH the way I really wanted to, with the distribution I’ve wanted. And as a result, a lot of wonderful writing has gone unseen by many. This frustration was one of the reasons I decided to put TFH on a hiatus last year, and even after bringing it back, this problem rears its ugly head. So I came up with a plan.
I am going to publish the TFH chapbooks online, with a slight adjustment. I will print out a professional-quality paper version (with extra material not found in the online edition) and put it up for sale at our TFH Etsy store, and other venues. I will promote both the paper version and the online version as best I can, and if readers want the extra-special paper edition, I will print the chapbooks as needed. This way, I will get a product I’m satisfied with, and readers will have an incentive to read the books on paper (which I’ve always preferred, myself).
I hope you guys like this idea. I thought it was a good compromise. I’ll see you all next time!