Interesting, the link thing should default to something like amazon.com if your country doesn’t have a store, as Austria doesn’t.
Although, you do bring up an interesting point Korwin. I would think that coming down out of the Alps, off those really tall mountains, which are apparently alive with the sound of music, the bouncing kangaroos would build up so much momentum they would have trouble stopping and end up in Italy, Hungary or Slovenia. Yet, I googled and neither Italy, Hungary nor Slovenia have kangaroos. Just Austria.
iblees: I agree, that would be so useful. It would save authors a lot of effort in getting the word out.
[quote=The Author Guy;2796]Interesting, the link thing should default to something like amazon.com if your country doesn’t have a store, as Austria doesn’t.
[/quote]Well we use, Amazon.de. (if you type Amazon.at into your browser you get to Amazon.de)
BTW. tried it with the connection from work with the same error…
Hello–it is I Tizzy, I have been trapped in the kitchen baking cookies for like forever!
The release is midnight in your time zone.
It is already alive and for sale in Australia and Japan. It’s actually like #41 in Australian Science Fiction & Fantasy! And #14 in AU Fantasy/Epic!
Which is odd because there are no recorded sales in Australia or anywhere.
Apparently pre-order and real sales all magically appear at midnight in the viewers time zone as well.
However, interestingly, pre-orders which don’t count as sales show up for rankings…
Anyway, from reports I have spied upon (I have hacked T-A-G’s computers) the sales go live at everyone’s own midnight (or their stores) and the preorders start downloading then…so typically about 12:05 your time. I think, but Amazon is even more mysterious than Lilith!
Yeah, I think that used to be possible, but they’ve gotten quite a bit trickier as time has gone by.
They’ve gotten particularly stringent with Kindle books; at one point early on you could buy them in other countries stores but they’ve really tightened that down and made it harder. So at one time you could probably have figured a way to buy it early in Australia, but not any more.