The eBook edition of my first novel, Change, is now available at many more booksellers!

I recently expanded distribution of Change by publishing it through Draft2Digital. After a brief delay due to my unusual name, the book started publishing at all of Draft2Digital’s distribution channels. It’s still available at Amazon, but now it’s also available in many other places for readers who don’t use Amazon. Please visit the new Universal Book Link (UBL) for Change to see all of the places where it’s currently available.

If you like Change, please remember the three R’s of supporting indie authors: Rate, Review, and Recommend. Rate and review change at your favorite bookseller and on Goodreads. This helps other readers find it and decide if they would like it. Also, recommend it to your friends by telling them what you personally liked about it and sending them the UBL for Change. Personal recommendations from friends or family often carry far more weight than reviews by strangers

Hi! My name is Treesong. If you’re reading this, you probably already know something about me. I’m a father, husband, author, talk radio host, and Real-Life Superhero. I write fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, mostly about the climate.

I also have a “nonstandard” name.

My full legal name is Treesong. It’s a single-word first name with no last name. I had my name legally changed to Treesong in 2002. If you want the short version of the story behind this name, check out my Origin Story page. It’s a Real-Life Superhero origin story, so be prepared for some cheesy framing.

This “nonstandard” name has led to a lot of strange experiences that make for interesting stories. I’m writing this post about my name because I have a new story to tell, but first allow me to share some of the classic name-related tales from the Adventures of Treesong.

My first novel, Change, now has wider distribution! In other words, you no longer have to go through Amazon to get a copy of Change.

I announced in February that I was expanding distribution of my writing beyond Amazon. Due to the pandemic and various other delays, that transition is taking longer than I originally planned. However, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve just published the ebook edition of Change to all of the distribution channels available through Draft2Digital. This currently includes Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo (including Kobo Plus), Tolino, OverDrive, Bibliotheca, Scribd, 24Symbols, Baker & Taylor, and Hoopla. I’ll also be publishing a print edition of the novel through Draft2Digital soon. Their print publishing is currently in beta testing and I’m on the list to participate in that beta soon.