September 15, 2014 § Leave a comment
So, I think it’s time to reveal the new cover of Innocent in the Afterlife, which will be coming to an e-book retailer near you, as soon as I manage to figure out and navigate the maddening waters of U.S. tax bureaucracy, which I have to do if I’d like to claim the benefits of a tax treaty, which basically ensure that I won’t be taxed automatically in the U.S. for every copy of the e-book sold. Which would be nice. If it wasn’t for the forms. Lots and lots of forms. Of the type that require you first to read reams of instructions on how to fill in the forms. Alternatively, apparently, I can call the IRS, in Pennsylvania, and they can do most of this over the phone. Hmm …
Aanyway, back to the cover. And what a cover it is! Fantastic! It’s a fantastic cover produced by Harry Saxon – who is incredible not only as an artist, but also as a chap, because he’s very generously agreed to publish his cover under a Creative Commons licence, since I’m going to be publishing the text under a Creative Commons licence, too.
Specifically, this smashing cover is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International licence. So, without further ado, *drum roll*, here it is! How fantastic is that!?