Friday, 18 May 2012

The Adventures of Alianore Audley

Bewrite, who publish The Adventures of Alianore Audley have decided to stop printing books. All books, not just mine. This means that if you want a print copy you had better move swiftly while they are still to be had. You may already be too late, depending on what (if any) stocks are held.

The good news is that it will still be available in e-format, for Kindle, etc.

I now have the copyright back for the print version, and theoretically, if I can find a publisher interested in doing a print-only version, a new version might emerge at some point. Any offers gratefully received. (I've always thought an illustrated version would be fun, just need a cartoonist.)

You have this news almost as soon as I had

2 comments:

Ernestina Valente said...

At last I discovered why I wasn't able to find a copy of this book, I was beginning to think it was just the product of the imagination of too many readers!

I've been looking for a copy (printed and new, if possible) for some months and couldn't find one.
Last month I placed an order on amazon.co.uk even if the product page said they didn't know when it would have been available; a few minutes ago I was browsing again around the net and discovered a copy from a seller on amazon.com. I placed a new order and cancelled the other: I know I must wait for more than a month but I'm sure (fingers crossed) it will be delivered.
Slow and steady wins the race!

I'm looking forward to finally reading it!

Ernestina Valente said...

At last I discovered why I wasn't able to find a copy of this book, I was beginning to think it was just the product of the imagination of too many readers!

I've been looking for a copy (printed and new, if possible) for some months and couldn't find one.
Last month I placed an order on amazon.co.uk even if the product page said they didn't know when it would have been available; a few minutes ago I was browsing again around the net and discovered a copy from a seller on amazon.com. I placed a new order and cancelled the other: I know I must wait for more than a month but I'm sure (fingers crossed) it will be delivered.
Slow and steady wins the race!

I'm looking forward to finally reading it!