Monday, 20 June 2011

At Long Last!


After many frustrations and delays, The Last Free City is available to buy

Although I am a lover of my Kindle, I don't view a book as having been published for real until you can hold a physical copy in your hands.  By that definition, The Last Free City is published today--more than two years after I finished it.




The book is only available through online retailers - £12.32 from amazon.co.uk (where Amazon tempts the wavering buyer with a 3p discount off RRP) or $19.99 from amazon.com (US readers are less fickle and need no discount to persude them to buy).

The Kindle edition is still available for those who have no more space in their house (or who baulk at paying the prices quoted for a paperback) although these readers miss out on the splendid Bellotto artwork cannibalised for my cover.

9 comments:

Doug Worgul said...

Congratulations, Tim! Long time comin'! Enjoy the moment.

drw

Len Tyler said...

Hi Tim - many congratulations. Great cover (as I think I said before somewhere!)

Ann Weisgarber said...

At last! My copy from amazon.com will arrive on June 27.

Congratulations, Tim.

RDJ said...

Congrats, Tim!

Tim Stretton said...

Thanks everyone!

David Jackson said...

Congrats, Tim. Hope it sells well.

Eliza Graham said...

Many congratulations!

Matt Curran said...

Congratulations Tim. As you say, there's no substitute for printed copy. I hope it sells well!

Deborah Swift said...

Great stuff. Lovely cover - very classy.