My book, now available in paperback

All right guys, you can now get my book (Little Man, and the Dixon County War) in paperback form.

I hadn’t planned on printing it, since I really wanted to get my next two novels finished — both are action/adventure and will appeal to a larger audience, plus they’re nearly done.

But, the book has done so well — and the demands have been so insistent — that I got it formatted and proofed.

So, if you want to buy it in paperback, it’s $9.99 and you can do it here. (The company is owned by Amazon, so you can trust them.)

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

P.S. Thanks to all who continue to make my novel Little Man, and the Dixon County War a huge success! It’s gone as high as No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List (see here and here), landing smack dab between a Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey book. Learn more about it here.

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6 responses to “My book, now available in paperback

  1. This is such a cool thing. Do you just bounce around some times, so excited to see it climbing?

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    • I do get excited, Kate, sometimes . Especially when I see it on some of the top lists right next to some of the most famous writers.

      But, then sometimes I don’t when I think I should.

      I honestly thought I’d get emotional the first time I saw it in print, when it arrived by mail. I’d been expecting it for days, watching for it the moment I turned the corner.

      But when it arrived and I unpacked it, I didn’t feel anything. I went straight into work mode and started finding things wrong with it that I wanted to fix. And wondering how long it’d take for me to re-proof it and get corrections updated.

      Honestly, I’m too driven. It’s my greatest strength and worst weakness (see divorce and near-bankruptcy in my bio). So… The past few years I’ve been digging more and more into Eastern thinking. Trying to slow down some, live in the moment, etc. Really trying to learn Shaolin Kung Fu and master the skill of having no desire. (Desire is the cause of all pain…)

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  2. I think it is true that a book is never quite done. You’re always going to see something in it to change. I hope to have the opportunity to be excited about it one day.
    Living in the moment – yes, I try it as well. Some days it’s good :)

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