More On the Limited Signed Print Edition of Unlocked From Subterranean

Subterranean Press has has more news of the signed, limited edition of the “Unlocked” novella — and if you pre-order in the next couple of days, US shipping will be free. Free, I tell you! SubPress does excellent versions of my work, and this one will be no exception — I’ve already seen the layout and it’s lovely.

Remember that the printed version of “Unlocked” actually is limited, as in, once this signed edition is all gone, there will be no more. So if you want one, move fast. Here’s the pre-order page.

Also, for those of you interested in getting a signed version of Lock In, but are uncertain if you will be able to track me down on my tour, SubPress is also offering pre-orders of signed versions of the novel  — i.e., I will haul my carcass to the SubPress offices, sign a bunch of copies of Lock In, and then they will ship a copy to you, should you be inclined to have one. And you do! I know you do. I can see it in your eyes.

13 thoughts on “More On the Limited Signed Print Edition of Unlocked From Subterranean

  1. Ok, it’s ordered. This is a complete no-brainer, as you have yet to write anything that’s not more than worth reading. And Sub Press has always done an excellent job of packaging your work.

  2. I see that there will be 1500 signed numbered hardcover copies available.

    How long does it take to sign 1500 copies?

  3. Ordered as well, & can’t wait. Still, concerned that you can see my eyes. Knew the Multivac was inevitable but did not realize it would be this soon.

  4. Will Unlocked be available in an unsigned format, in an e-book or some such? I would love to read it, but I can’t really justify spending $40 on a novella. Now, $10 or however much a regular edition would be? Could definitely do that. :)

  5. Just placed my order. I got a hell of a shock when I saw the shipping costs, but how often do you get to grab a signed limited edition? Of course I got one of the limited editions of Zoe’s Tale and I’ve never been able to bring myself to actually read it in case it gets damaged, so maybe I’d do better not to buy the things.

  6. Errrr, I don’t know how I completely missed that earlier post. Sorry for the stupid question!

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