THE DAY IS HERE, PUPPET-FUCKERS! SHOP NOW!
Second, The Street is NOT a limited edition. Let me say that again: THE STREET IS NOT A LIMITED EDITION NOR IS IT A HARDCOVER! It’s a beautiful trade paperback that you sick listeners/readers will want to have on your shelves. And yes, it’ll be signed and personalized per instructions you leave on your order. Yes, the ebooks will be signed too per my creation MyWrite.
Thirdly, the audiobook and ebook are available NOW. So if you purchase them, they will be there.
Fourthly…fourthly? Who the hell says fourthly?
NEXT, the author of this sick and twisted collections of tales has decided there will be bundles. Bundles? What the hell is a bundle?
Well, the “Oscar’s Whole Can” bundle will include the trade paperback, the audiobook, AND the ebook. Price? $24.99.
Another bundle, for you slackers that never purchased the GC: Ancients limited edition hardcover and the Fiends: Vol 1 hardcover, is the Fiendmaster Bundle. This has all the books. The GC hardcover, the Fiends hardcover, the ebooks for Tattoo, Fiendlettes, and The Street in every media form available (paperback, audiobook, and ebook). Price? $59.99.
For those of you without a lot of cash, or if you’re just a gigantic cheapskate, you can purchase The Street media separately. And here are the prices:
- Ebook: $3.99
- Trade Paperback: $10.99
- Audiobook: $19.99
All prices exclude shipping and taxes.
All sales will be conducted from Shadowpublications.com. The Street will not be available from another vendor. Probably ever. So you should get your furry paws on them before the lawsuits fly. Because these books are being printed PoD, once I run out, there will be a backorder and you’ll have to wait until I restock. The digital media will ALWAYS be available at time of purchase.
Now I’ve talked about this on a couple of podcasts, but here’s the straight skinny. For every sale of a trade paperback or the audiobook, Shadowpublications.com will donate $2.00 to The Children’s Television Workshop. That’s right. I support the mission and legacy of Jim Henson, even if The Street is an irreverent parody/satire.
If you love The Street, throw some money at it and support The Children’s Television Workshop at the same time.
As always, thank you for your support and patronage. And remember: Oscar loathes you.
PS: please add any comments/questions to this post. I’ll do my best to channel my inner Oscar while I reply.