So my mother's obtained a copy of the e-book and has now discovered why I so hysterically refused to let her help me proof it: I tell a story about her in the introduction to Goblet of Fire. Fortunately, she just decided it was funny. Except that now her entire office wants to buy it. *facepalm*
The problem, of course, is that she's at a loss to explain what it is. That, and "annotated" is such a scary, academic word, when really footnotes are just a medium for me to get my chatty on. In hopes of making things more clear, here are some screencap samples of what the text actually looks like:
As for PayPal: okay. Here's what I've worked out: PayPal money to dailydigest (at) yahoo (dot) com. If you couldn't buy from Lulu, send me $6.00. If you bought a copy for Lulu but wanted to buy multiple copies or share it with over people and want to compensate me for that, send me however multiples of $6. Or however much, I'm beyond worrying about it at this point. If it gives you a name, whatever--I can't change the name on the account, so c'est la vie.
I was going to say specify whether you need a download link, but I think I'll just email one back to everyone, just in case. Keep in mind, however, that replies are not automated. I'll try to set it up so I can email it from my phone if necessary, but if it's, you know, 3 am my time, you're probably going to have to wait a bit for a reply. This is why I would really encourage you to use Lulu if all you want is one copy and you can use that site. It'll keep better track of copies sold for me, and the benefits of having someone else's website handle the whole thing are worth it to me.
And if PayPal doesn't work--yeah, you can send a check, money order, or (if absolutely nothing else works) actual cash to me at the PO box address on my user info page. Seriously, whatever the price ends up being in your own currency, just round down to the nearest dollar. Sending coins through the post is probably not going to end well.
Also, still working on the Kindle version. Will probably try to put that on Amazon, I don't know.
Meanwhile: The Annotated Movies in Fifteen Minutes is allegedly better than Wil Wheaton's Memories of the Future. Dayna--Dayna, what are you--put down the axe--OH GOD NOOOOOOO
- Moar e-book