Sunday, November 25, 2012

Welcome home.


Welcome to the new vesselbooks.com! This is now your one-stop spot for all things Vessel. Take a look at the home page for the latest updates and newest content. Pick up a signed paperback in the site shop, read a preview, or enjoy a little nonsense on the freebies page. Keep in touch with us on Twitter or Facebook. And for exclusive future deals (so exclusive I don't even know what they are yet!), be sure to sign up for our emailing list. Just scroll down and join using the form on the right. We'll only email you when new books are released or if we have some kind of insane discount for you.

Insane discounts like our Holiday Sale! As indicated by this snowman gif! If you've been waiting to get a friend hooked on Vessel, now's the time to act. From now thru December 21, 2012, enjoy FREE shipping on everything on our brand spanking new site! AND---are you ready for this? ARE YOU?---Sexodus Tour T-shirts are only $10. With free shipping, ladies and gentlemen. No need to ask what you'll be wearing to your End of the World party. BAM.

Enjoy the new digs, my friends. There's more to come!



Monday, November 19, 2012

Pardon our dust.

The Vessel homesite is moving to this blog! Things will be pretty messy for the next couple of days while we're rearranging things, but you can look forward to more interactive content and up-do-date Vessel updates soon! In the meantime, you can still get your signed copy of Vessel, Book I: The Advent here, or download free sample chapters.

Over and out,

Tom

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Pack it up, boys. We're moving.


It's come to my attention that the Vessel website has outgrown my abilities to maintain it. I can't seem to add anything new without having to spend painstaking hours re-arranging CSS attributes and still ending up with that goddamn form on the store page.

So I am moving shop to this very blog, which will look lots more like a website when I'm done with it (hopefully). As I fiddle with this daunting task, it heartens me to see that official pages for the likes of George R. Martin and Jacqueline Carey are very web 1.0, circa 1999 (with all due respect, my awesome masters). I am grateful that the bar is low. Again, my web expertise is nakedly wanting.

(And yes, I'm still writing my ass off. Don't worry :D)

In the meantime, what do you want to see here? Contests? Vessel-related drink recipes? More shirts? Reader content? A Jesse Cannon pillow-chan? This friggin' majestic Snowy Owl pigging out on a seagull outside my house? Comment and I shall try to appease thee, o reader....


Photo credit: Erica Clark