Genghis Khan did not retrain in cyber! - Katherine Roberts
It's been a tough year for many people, and things were pretty tough in publishing even before the dreaded virus and its associated emergency rules locked down half the world. That was March and we're still panicking over here in the UK, which makes me wonder quite how long this current 'emergency' status will last? But this is not a post about people dying of, or even with the virus (words are important, as authors and readers know only too well). It's merely something related to the situation that affects me as an author and possibly you as a reader.
The latest casualty of this summer is the small but passionate UK publisher of historical fiction, Greystones Press, which has sadly now closed its doors taking my YA Genghis Khan novel Bone Music out of print, along with all the other books published by them. Readers might gain briefly from this, since you can still get these books from third party sellers at a reasonable price - but be quick if you want one, because there won't be any more printed.
(Greystones Press 2018 edition)
|paperback cover for book 1: Prince of Wolves|
(all three cover images can be seen under the blurb on the back panel - spot the differences?)
The Legend of Genghis Khan 1: Prince of Wolves Kindle edition is on special offer for half term at just 99p / 99c.
Paperback also available.
|Book 1: PRINCE OF WOLVES|