Second Edition of If & When We Wake By Francis Daulerio and Scott Hutchison Set to Release on 12/22/2015.
After several excruciating months working on the second edition of Francis Daulerio's poetry collection If & When We Wake, we are happy to say that we are green lighting the release.
The book is set to release in all major retailers on 12/22/2015, just in time for Christmas and New Years. Yes, if you order this book via Amazon, you should be able to apply two-day shipping to it (Free for Prime members) and get it before Christmas.
If you aren't in a Christmas-like frenzy to purchase it, then we would love for you to buy the book from us directly. We are launching a preorder on 12/17/2015 through 12/22/2015.
Books ordered between those dates will receive a complimentary ecopy of the book and potentially something else. We are randomizing who receives extra goodies, so they are not guaranteed.
If you preorder a book with us, we will ship them out starting 12/26-1/4, as our editors return from vacation. Books are shipped via First Class USPS mail. Estimated shipping time is 2-5 business days, but you should allow more time due to the holiday season.
After December 22, 2015, all orders made through our site will be considered regular purchases and may not receive extra items. Random readers will receive something free....others may receive an invitation to a Skype author Q&A that we are working to set up in January.
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