The exams have been graded, the results have been posted, the Day of Judgment has arrived. The Official Bar Code Pass List has now been released to the general public and is available for your perusal. So click the “Pass List” link above and see which characters were able to break the Bar Code and which characters were broken by it. Enjoy.
Only one week remains until the release of the Official Bar Code Pass List. As you can see from the lovely piece of royalty-free clip art above, the unveiling of the Bar Exam Pass List is a moment of anxiety and anticipation for all young attorneys, whether real or fictional. So stop by on Wednesday, February 29 (5:00 PM Pacific Time barring any screw-ups on my part) to see which characters from the novel made the grade and which characters failed to make the list.
I’m pleased to announce that an e-book edition of Bar Code is now available for purchase at Amazon’s Kindle Store. The price for the e-book edition is $5.95 and Amazon offers a generous sample of the novel’s first few chapters. The Kindle edition can be read on any Kindle device or any i-pad, i-phone, Mac, PC or Droid cellphone once the the Kindle App has been downloaded. Enjoy!
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about whether and when Bar Code will be available in an e-book format. Yes, Bar Code is currently being converted into an e-book format and will soon be purchasable through Amazon’s Kindle Store. I’m hearing that it will take a few weeks to complete this process, and once it is finished, you will be able to read Bar Code on your Kindle, i-pad, i-phone, droid phones and other major e-reader devices. So all you e-book fanatics just sit tight for a couple weeks and I will most definitely give you a heads up when Bar Code is available for purchase at the Kindle Store.
Hey! I just wanted to thank everyone for the enthusiastic reception to Bar Code. The novel’s first weekend was a great success and your support helped push Bar Code into the Amazon’s Top 100 List for Legal Thrillers. Check it out.
“Why don’t you write a novel about taking the Bar Exam?”
The idea was first proposed by my wife in the Summer of 2007 while taking our newborn daughter on a stroller walk in Mountain View’s Stevens Creek Park. Four years, six months, 456 pages and 174,252 words later, our newborn is ready to register for kindergarten and Bar Code the novel is finally finished.
I’d like to give a shout-out to all those who helped make this novel a reality. First and foremost I have to thank my wife for her unwavering support and inspiration. I’d also like to thank my two little girls for adhering to regular napping schedules and discovering the joy of independent play. To my parents (both biological and in-law) I’d like to say thanks for all the childcare and editorial services. Finally, a big thank you goes out to my sister for all her help on designing and perfecting the novel’s cover and website.
I hope all who pick up this novel enjoy reading it as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it. To those I already know, thanks for the support and I look forward to hearing from you. To those I have yet to meet, feel free to e-mail me and tell me about your Bar Code reading experience…I’d love to hear about it.