This month I signed a contract with Itasca Books for the distribution of titles released under my new imprint Cross Seas Press. The significance of this arrangement is that it enables the books to be sold in brick-and-mortar bookstores, museums, airports etc. rather than just via online platforms, as has been the case up to now. In short, it opens doors to greater sales, although it by no means ensures them.
The first step in this process is the release of the selected titles by Cross Seas Press, a process which will take up to six weeks. When the books are ready, I will provide a link to the Itasca website, where the books can be ordered directly. The books will also go back up on the familiar online platforms at that time, tentatively mid-November.
Three of the titles that will be released with Cross Seas Press are my recent releases: Envoy of Jerusalem, Rebels against Tyranny and The Emperor Strikes Back. In addition, to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, I will be releasing a new edition (with photos) of Where Eagles Never Flew (aka Chasing the Wind)
You can find out more about Cross Seas Press by visiting the website at: http://crossseaspress.com