A quietish week, although sales from our website have kept going at a modest pace - and in addition we're doing reasonably well on the two distribution sites. Our top seller this week has been Julie's ALBERT J. STERNE: FUTURE BRIGHT, PAST IMPERFECT which seems to be finding its market among all those who loved her first ALBERT book. Average response time was three hours 28 minutes.
In addition we've pushed ahead with future projects; one of the May books is being proof-read and one is being edited at the moment, and in addition one of the two books for August is already with its proof-reader. As if all this wasn't enough, we've also received an enquiry from another author with a proven track-record in the genre who we hope will have something for us to look at later in the year. All the 'paperwork' (much of it online) from the two 1 February releases is up to date with the exception of sending off the deposit copies to the British Library, and the only admin task still hanging over our heads is the awful one of issuing multiple DMCA notices. That's pretty much the worst chore we ever have to do around here, though, so on the whole we certainly aren't complaining!