There’s nothing like a huge life lesson to teach you that sometimes things just happen and you have to roll with the punches. Between release week jitters, driving the crazy 405 to and from my South Bay office to see clients and back in time for my son’s parent-teacher conference that turned out to be the wrong day, and then drinking way too much coffee afterward, I made a big boo-boo late last night.
I accidentally hit the unpublish button on Falling for Jordan with my aggregator who recently announced they’re closing which meant there was no undo button there.
Instead, there was a mad scramble to list the book with retailers at 2 a.m., and in the morning, another scramble to update all the old links to the current ones wherever I posted links here and on my websites although Amazon was the only one who had the book so far. Come to think of it, I never got around to let my blog tour people know of the change either so if that’s still going on, none of those old links work anymore.
I also failed to notice that my unusually quiet kid was busy drawing his masterpieces on all the furniture and now I’m tired. I didn’t even know how to adult when faced with that little fiasco that didn’t involve using the word “punishment” versus “consequences.”
So if the old links for Falling for Jordan don’t work, that’s why. I’m still fixing things but I might also need to just go to bed and start over in the morning.
In the meantime, if you’d like to read the story of Addison, Jordan, and Piper, here is an active link that actually works, algorithms be darned. You can even decide to pay whatever you feel you want to pay outside of the minimum price of the book. Weird, I know, but I like the concept.
Oh, and the trailer presentation is gorgeous…