At last, the initial offerings of Crystal Codices is for sale. I've been up all night getting everything set up, revising the website, blahblahblah.
The first codices are ... drum roll, please:
Go here to take a look: http://www.scribblersandinkspillers.com/crystalcodices.html
I took pictures of the finished codices, but the pics don't do them justice on how cool they look in your hands. I printed them on parchment paper and handbound them.
I've described this before and several people just haven't seemed to get what it is I am doing. And I realized tonight, as I was mindlessly shuffling pages around, that if you're under the age of about 40, you probably don't know what parchment paper is or have seen it. It's a high quality paper that one normally uses for very formal correspondence. It was one type of paper used during the Middle Ages because it was durable. Here's the wiki article about parchment paper: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parchment_paper ... I'm using the animal friendly made from plants type parchment paper. ;)
So, these are novellas and short stories printed on very expensive paper and they look so cool. :)
I'll try to get better pics and post them here in a day or three.