Download the Ebook of Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure Now

I know what you're thinking, "hey, I'm already a big enough fan, I'm sold. I'll take the book right now." But listen, you don't have to tell me the book is pure, barely-bridled genius, I know that. The only problem is that it doesn't seem like the "suits" in New York have quite gotten the message just yet.

If you want to skip the drawn out process of waiting chapter by chapter for the book, wouldn't it be great if you could just download the whole thing right now or buy the oversized paperback version? Heck, I'd even let you do it for bargain basement prices, but unfortunately, it's just not that easy.

Since there's no "book deal" in fact, faith nor practice, we have a hurdle in our way. The actual book hasn't been, what you might call or how you might say, "fully edited" yet. For that matter it hasn't been fully "transcribed" from my hand written early drafts yet, or, if you want to be really nitty and picky, it hasn't actually been what some might call "finished" as of yet.

No, the only way the book is getting out right now is kibble by bit by bit by bit, I'm afraid. And I mean, I am afraid, but not of this. No I have just one great fear in this life, and I think you might already know what that is.

So until the book is done, this is as close to an ebook as you're going to get, sadly. But is it really that sad? Is it?

But you can get the next best thing:
Currently you can read the first three chapters plus the first page of every other chapter and all of the available glossary terms for free. That's enough to give you a good taste of what's in store, but to read the really magical fun, you need only sign up as a lifetime member.

As a lifetime members you can enjoy all of the Tek Jansen content without ads or frustrating page breaks and get new chapters every two-weeks as they come available. It's the next best thing to having the book in your hands and you'll be supporting a cause you already seem to believe in, at least based on how far you're willing to read down on a given page, specifically this one.

If you're a publisher and would like to see some of our stats on readership, the remainder of the content, what's already written but not yet published and start talking turkey, just contact me via the feedback page and I'll gladly share these things with you, assuming you're really a real publisher and not just some random reader trying to get an unfair preview... I think you know who you are.

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