Some of our books not crossing into Borders

Fri 10 Oct 2008 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

Cover ImageA note to our readers who might be out there in the wilds of the world (or at least the USA) hoping to snag their copies of our books at Borders: well, some of those books just won’t be there.

As ever, the best choice is your local bookshop—they can order it fast from Consortium or Ingram—but if you’re looking for Geoff Ryman’s The King’s Last Song or Joan Aiken’s Complete Armitage Stories or to get your copy of Ben Parzybok’s Couch (one couch to rule them all!) from Borders: at the moment you are out of luck.

Borders has sold a ton of copies of some of our books, Stranger Things Happen and Perfect Circle, for example, but while the indies, A*azon, and Barnes & Noble have ordered a nice chunk of our new books’ print runs, so far Borders, as Greg Frost also found, is sitting tight, not ordering books, trying not to go bust. So, best of luck on the not going bust, might be a bit hard if they’re not actually carrying the books people are expecting to find.

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