It is, I tell you IT IS!
It’s like some sort of dream…
So here’s the thing – you can buy it now. From Amazon. Go to my Buy Now page AT ONCE – see, handy link provided – and do that One Click thing. That would make me smile.
You could also wait a little, and by-pass Amazon, if you’d like that more. It will be available in independent bookshops and I’m passionate about supporting each and every one of those.
For postal customers, I’m going to be selling Of Night and Light myself – at least, that’s the plan.
With my sensible hat on, I have to work out costings. If you know me at all, you’ll know that this appears to me as complex as solving the Spaghettic Theory of Relativity…
But I’m sure I’ll get there, especially if I seek help from People Who Know These Things.
Amazon is jolly useful and efficient, but, by all accounts, does little to reimburse penniless writers. Or indeed, writers who have pennies.
Amazon is also…under scrutiny.
While I’m not, repeat NOT, a money-grabbing self-server, I’d rather any pennies to be earned went to a more worthy cause than a company who paid just £4.2m in UK tax last year, despite selling goods worth £4.3 billion.
Well, what a remarkable post! Me telling you the wonderful news that my book is available on Amazon and then enumerating the reasons why Amazon is not a Good Thing.
Thing is, I have to sleep at nights…
Caroline Coxon, the super saleswoman!
PLEASE drop me a line via the Contact Form – another handy link provided – to register an interest!
I should mention that I’m told Of Night and Light will soon be available from Waterstones online.
Of Night and Light will ALSO, soon, be available as an eBook, if you are one of those people who isn’t firmly stuck in the past, like me, clinging feverishly on to the idea that a book is made of paper and card and sits beautifully on a bookshelf and goes soggy if you drop it in the bath by accident. Or indeed, on purpose.
Oh well, I guess there’s nothing to stop you from putting your Kindle on a bookshelf… (other eReaders available but I don’t know what they’re called).
There you go…