To keep you all updated, here are the latest pieces of news:
Books are taking longer to get to destinations due to two factors: illnesses at the postal services around the world, and secondly because so many are at home now, locked down, they are ordering lots of stuff online which is adding to the backlogs, so please be patient.
I am slowly adding to my low stocks. In the past couple of weeks I’ve had new stocks come in of Cascas 25, 37, 39, 42 and 51. I have in the pipeline new stocks of 47, 48 and 52 due to arrive shortly.
I am still trading and will process orders two or three times a week, depending on the number of sales I have.
I am planning Casca 53 to be out in August or September. It is to be called The Last Defender and is all about the siege of Constantinople in 1453, and Casca gets involved in that epic battle.
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Postage price increase 23 March. Therefore its likely these price increases will have to come into effect when the new Casca book is released. Looking at exchange rates it means probably 70c increase per book. So if you want some of the back issues of Casca best get your order in now before the price increases take effect.
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With the opportunity to print some of my Casca novels in the UK, I’ve taken the chance to get new artwork done for 25, 26 and 27. First up is Casca 27. It will be for sale only from my website from around Christmas time onwards. I have a small stock of the old 27s which will be sold first.
Things are happening at the moment. I’ve got my new contract for 2020 and the two new books will be Casca 52: The Rough Rider (Spanish-American war of 1898) and Casca 53: The Last Defender (siege of Constantinople 1453).
Busy writing the Rough Rider which is about halfway done and I expect to finish it by Christmas. It’ll be released around end of March 2020.
And my books will all be for sale at the forthcoming Totterdown Arts Trail (Nov 16-17) where our house will be open to the public to see and hopefully buy my partner Jane’s artwork and my books, and have refreshments at the cafe in our large kitchen.