FINALLY! “The Imaginings” in paperback. SIGNED AND PERSONALIZED!

What’s news for horror writer Paul D. Dail?

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Hmm… let’s see… what’s new with me…oh yeah…

The Imaginings is finally in paperback! (and I don’t use exclamation points lightly)

It’s been longer than I care to admit since I started on this project and the ensuing complications (or the fact that I might have gone bass ackwards on more than a few things in regards to the publication of my first novel)…BUT NOW IT’S DONE!


– 5 1/2” x 8 1/2” trade paperback (334 pages)

– It can be purchased at Amazon and Barnes and Noble, but I’m going to make you wait on those links because…

– I’m selling hand signed editions with a personalized message (*optional) at for just $17, which includes standard USPS ground shipping.

– While I’m pimping my bookstore, I’m also offering a package deal of the signed paperback AND the ebook for $18 (separately, the ebook costs $2.99).

So hey, everybody!  Head on over to and pick up your signed and personalized edition of The Imaginings.

[Transactions securely handled through PayPal–but if you’re concerned, you don’t have to have a PayPal account in order to use them]

Or if you just want a plain old boring, unsigned version, you can get one at the following links: or

Otherwise (or in other news), life is going to be pretty crazy in the Dail household (well, crazier than usual) for the next month, but some pretty exciting things around the corner.

More on that later.

What do I want from you?

Hmm.  How to be coy about this one?  Do you really need me to say it?

Seriously, though, besides buying a copy of The Imaginings, I want to know how life is for the rest of you.  For my writing amigos, how goes the battle?  For friends stopping by, what’s news with you?

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15 thoughts on “FINALLY! “The Imaginings” in paperback. SIGNED AND PERSONALIZED!

  1. Yay! Glad you got ‘er off the ground.

    1. Thanks, Michelle. It’s a pretty good feeling.

  2. Congratulations Paul! :). Glad it is finally here.

    1. Much appreciated, Casey. Not a huge release or anything, but nice to finally be able to offer to put it in people’s hands (as opposed to just their Kindles or Nooks, right?). Hope all is going well for you.

  3. Congrats on your great endeavor!

    1. Thanks, T.K. Pretty happy about it.

      And great to hear from you. How are things going for your creative endeavors?

  4. Paul, how wonderful! I like the design of your store, too – the open book motif is perfect. Thanks for the update on what’s been going on, and may your writing be fruitful and inspired!


    1. Hey Aniko, sorry it has taken so long to reply. And I appreciate the words on the bookstore. It’s nothing too fancy, but it does the trick.

      Hope all is going well for you too. I’ve been regrettably absent from most things online recently, but seems like your last update was a positive one.

  5. Congrats, Paul! Looking forward to reading it. Just bought myself a copy! 🙂

    1. Much thanks, Joe. Sorry it’s taken awhile to reply. I really appreciate it. Hope you enjoy. Will look forward to your honest opinion.

      How’s everything going for you? Seems like I just saw a recent short story published for you? Of course, “recently” by my terms as of late could’ve been a year ago, right? 🙂

      And of course, my best wishes from one father of a beautiful little girl to another.

      1. No apologies, Paul, I understand what it’s like to be constantly swamped lol

        Yes, I had a story published in Midnight Echo Issue 10; technically, they released it Dec 29 of 2013, so it was a year ago!! lol

        Thank you, my friend!

        1. That’s right. I remember that when you originally mentioned it, I searched it out on Amazon. I specifically remember that I saw a couple other authors I thought I recognized and tried searching out their author page (I remember this because I just did the exact same thing 🙂 ), and then, like most of my life, I must have been sidetracked because I didn’t purchase it. That has now been remedied.

  6. Good for you, Paul. I’m working on paperbacks for my first two books at the moment. For my third book – which I produced first – I paid the big money and allowed Amazon’s CreateSpace to do the work. Since there has been so much money going out with hardly any coming back, I figured I would give producing my other books a shot myself. So far it seems I’m succeeding, but I won’t know for sure until I finish the process. that should happen in the next week.
    Other than that, I took four months off to write the first draft of my fourth book. My work schedule hasn’t helped as I continue to do nothing but work longer hours each and every year. *sigh* Hopefully that trend will reverse at some point. We’ll see.
    Best of luck as you navigate your schedule, my friend.
    Take care.


    1. Jimmy! Great to hear from you. Sorry it’s taken me a few days to get back. I appreciate you offering your experience. It was definitely interesting doing it myself… well, partly. The cover art was all handled by someone else, but I did all the formatting. Kind of fun (especially considering the final, in hand project), but definitely tedious in places and time consuming.

      That’s awesome that you were able to take four months. I will share your hopes about your schedule reversing… at least enough to get some other work done.

      Hope you have a good rest of the week.

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