I mentioned last week that the bigger books – the collections of novellas – are available in wider distribution than the cute little books. Previously, they were all available from Amazon with some distribution to other portals. It turns out that many stores and libraries prefer to order print books from Ingrams.
So, now those larger print editions are available through Ingrams, which means that your local bookstore or library can order them. This has been a lot more time consuming than expected, but now it’s done.
You can now ask for any of the Plume Collections, The Phoenix Collection or the Wedding Anthology at your local bookstore or library.
These print editions also have new ISBN#’s:
The Plume: The Complete Series ISBN 9780995023444
The Plume: The First Anthology ISBN 9780995023413
The Plume: The Second Anthology ISBN 9780995023420
The Plume: The Third Anthology ISBN 9780995023437
The Wedding Anthology ISBN 9780995023406
Tales from the Phoenix: The First Collection ISBN 9780995023451
From this point onward, all big books will go into wider distribution, through both Ingrams and Amazon.
One of the things that’s been happening behind the scenes this month is that I’ve been publishing the print editions of my books through Ingrams. They’re still available from Createspace and Amazon, but I’m told that other booksellers and libraries prefer to order from Ingrams.
This should mean that you can get the books more easily from other booksellers.
For example, my books are now being listed for sale on the Chapters Indigo website, which is the big bookseller in Canada. The links are still populating, so the cover image isn’t there yet (these things take time) but here are Indigo links for
The Plume: The First Anthology
The Plume: The Second Anthology
The Plume: The Complete Collection
The Wedding Anthology
Tales from the Phoenix: The First Collection and The Plume: The Third Anthology should appear on the site soon.
This also means that you can ask for the print edition to be ordered by your local library or your local bookseller. 🙂