Cool is #6 shipping this week? Good deal.
Would be cool to get a digital copy with a print subscription, hint hint!
YOU DO! I haven't figured out how to do that yet! (I haven't figured out how give away digital copies, yet.)
When you're as DIY as I am, you kind of get into the habit of "doing it yourself", so when it comes to working with other companies, like RPGnow and the d20pfsrd Shop, you have to do "their way"... and... yeah. It's all too confusing. I struggled trying to figure everything out the past few weeks, and converting the "print" version of the PDFs to "digital edition" PDFs was harder than I thought. Then setting up the "pages" for selling it, so it looks good and makes sense literally gave me a headache. My eyes still hurt, and I'm a guy that has sat in front of a computer as a job/career for over 13 years (and gained like 40 lbs... but I digress.) Takes a lot of time that I don't have, etc.
This is how I'm going to do it, I think, but it's going to be a slow and analog process:
If you have purchased a print edition, and you want a PDF edition, send me proof (a Google Wallet Invoice number, Paypal Reciept, or something like a pic of you holding a copy that's obviously not 'shopped, etc. if you bought it at a con or from me in person) and I'll send you a RPGnow coupon code thing.
If you have a subscription, I'll have your info on file, so you don't have to dig anything up, just make sure to let me know the name or email that I have on file for you, and your RPGnow email address, I'll also send you a coupon thingie.
Use this email: email@example.com
, it'll help me and not lost.
But if you want to support a tiny, under-employed, small-time, publisher, buy it if you don't mind (I don't want to guilt anybody into paying for it.)
I'm just really stoked at the support and following I've been getting, and I'm happy to have them available now in a digital format.
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