I managed to sell seven copies of Apollo and Stitch, including 1 ebox.
It's been tortuous at times, and we've created some of our own problems, but it's another step on the road to world domination. What lifted us more than anything was not the number of sales, but a comment from someone who's been involved in publishing: 'I'm amazed at what you've managed to achieve in such a short time and from a standing start.'
We can be proud.I'll give a fuller update on lessons learnt next Monday.
Which only leaves me to announce the winners of last weeks competition.
Email me with your address (martin at starfishpc dot co dot uk) and whatever inscription you'd like me to write inside and I'll post them forthwith. As a bonus each winner also gets a print copy of A Stitch in Time with the same or different dedication. (If you'd prefer an ebox, let me know)
Until Wednesday, when I'll show you the start of my next novel, explain how I got to that stage and which openings I rejected, adieu.