Coming Soon: The Reckless Faith Trilogy for the Kindle

I am currently converting the Reckless Faith trilogy master document into HTML, for submission to Amazon as a Kindle title.  I hope to have this conversion complete by the end of this month, with the book being published in November.

This will be the first time these three titles will be available to the public in e-book format.  I have decided not to use Infinity Publishing again, as 99% of e-book sales of The Fox and the Eagle so far were for the Kindle, and Infinity’s services and distribution are unlikely to generate any additional sales for the new title.

The drawback will be that the Reckless Faith trilogy will not be available as a single volume in printed form.  However, publishing on the Kindle costs me nothing, and will allow readers to spend only $3.99 for an e-book that would currently cost them almost $50 in printed form.

The new title includes a heavily edited version of Reckless Faith, which retains the core of the story while removing content that was considered unnecessary by many readers.  You can look at a summary of those changes here (warning, spoilers):

Aside from some minor corrections, The Tarantula Nebula and Bitter Arrow remain essentially the same.  Taken as a whole, my hope is that my execution of the classic three-part story arc will be more obvious to new readers, as well as provide a more satisfying experience for those that wish to revisit these adventures.


About David Kantrowitz

I am the author of Reckless Faith, The Tarantula Nebula, and Bitter Arrow, a science fiction adventure trilogy, as well as The Fox and the Eagle and Dun Ringill, stand-alone sci-fi adventures. This blog will feature new fiction as I create it.
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