But there's other big news today. Helix is one of the first books I put out on Kindle back in 2009, when I had no budget and only idiots expected to make money self-publishing. This year, it's been redesigned with a cover from Phatpuppy Art.
Recently, I had Russell Phillips of The Creative Source give Helix an overhaul. This included a full copy edit and redesigning the typography. For the paperback, he did some nifty full-wrap cover art and fully formatted the interior pages to give everything a fresh, crisp look. If you're an indie author and you're ready to invest in a professional-grade book, I'd recommend Russell--he's highly skilled, fast, and passionate about making books the best they can be.
The upgraded Helix is now live on Amazon (paperback or Kindle), Nook, and Smashwords, so this is a great time to try the book!
Also, Russell decided to design a logo for me, so I'll be adding that here and there as I go. It looks like this:
I think it's pretty neat to have a logo for my books! Now make some comments so I don't feel lonely.