Holy Tuna!

Thursday, June 23, 2011
Sophie & Carter is now available on Kindle!

Click Here To Order!

I can't explain how surreal this is for me.  I've spent the last several years living in front of my Kindle, night after night, downloading new works of fiction for my brain to get lost in before I fall asleep.  I never imagined my own book would someday be in the Kindle store.

So, I feel triumphant in this.  Even if no one reads my Kindle book, I still feel triumphant. Because it's there, sitting on Amazon's electronic shelf, like it's worth reading.  And I've never been so proud.  Or terrified.

Proud, because I did something I didn't think I could do.

And terrified, because the only thought that keeps running through my head is, "Holy mackerel!  What did I just do?  I am a lunatic.  What if everyone hates it?  What if I suck?  I probably suck.  I probably suck and should never, ever try and write again.  And also, I really need to put away the pile of laundry that's been sitting on my couch for two days."

Okay, that last part, about the laundry, has nothing to do with Sophie & Carter-- but it still plagues my thoughts!  (By the way, the saying "holy mackerel" is weird, don't you think?  I might as well say, "Holy Catfish!" or "Holy Tuna!"...right?")

That's it.  It's official.  From now on I will be saying, "Holy Tuna!" at every possible opportunity.

So, anyway...here's to my book being on Kindle...

...And to laundry that folds itself.
Wait, is that not a real thing?  Holy Tuna!


  1. Amanda Nichols said...:

    I love you Chelsea…and just needed to say that for the Halibut :)

    Love, Amanda

  1. H3@th3r said...:

    Someone DID buy your kindle edition book, and it IS worth reading! Finished it today as predicted. :) it was very entertaining and I wanted to know even more about Sophie & Carter. Can hardly wait for another book that's not about vampires, werewolves, fairies or zombies. :)

  1. Sally said...:

    Oh Chelsea one day you will realize how truly awesome you are! I read the book last night on my little iphone because I HAD to read it and I didn't want to wait any longer. What an amazing story. One that I foresee as an amazing movie one day??? Just think about that, it could totally be possible. Love you Chelsea!

  1. If the book is half as good as your blogs, I'm in!

    I could read "The Adventures of Chelsea" every day...so funny!

  1. Chelsea Fine said...:

    @Amanda Nichols
    I figured out how to reply!! Anyways...I know it's a little dealyed but...hahahahaHAHAHA! :) Love your "halibut" joke! :)

  1. Anonymous said...:

    awesome book!! do you plan on continuing the story?? i hope so!!

  1. Chelsea Fine said...:


    Hello! :) I'm so happy to hear that you like Sophie & Carter! I'm not sure if I will continue the story...but I've had a lot of people asking me that question so, who knows? Maybe! :)

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