Hey all – in case you didn’t know, you can now follow me on both Facebook and Twitter. I’ve had the accounts for ages and ages, but I’m working on improving the way I reach out to viewers and fans of the channel, and these days the big social media platforms offer an easier way of reaching out to people than traditional blogs.
I’ll still post important stuff on here, but often I come across cool or interesting stuff I’d like to share, and FB and Twitter offer much more natural platforms for that than a traditional blog. So please do “like” me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter, if you have an account!
As promised in the launch post earlier, I’ve just put the sales page for Seven Studies in Pop Piano live. You can find it here.
The ebook is ready for instant download, but I’m still waiting for the print edition to fully percolate through the world’s international distribution channels. It’s being distributed by the Ingram Content Group, which in principle means it’s available to a huge number of sellers worldwide, including all the major bookstore chains and book websites.
However, when you’re a small publisher not everything gets picked up right away…! Right now Amazon has patchy availability, and The Book Depository (the store I recommend for international delivery of my other book, How To Really Play The Piano) isn’t listing Seven Studies. This should change soon as its availability status trickles through the various systems.
In the meantime, I’ve added some links to the sales page for sellers that are listing the book, such as Wordery.com. (Like my other book, Seven Studies is produced print-on-demand, so whoever sells it, it’s shipped out of one of two warehouses worldwide; it’s just a question of how often sellers update their databases, and – in the UK at least – Amazon’s system realising there is sufficient demand to make stocking worthwhile). If you have any questions on any of this, give me a shout using the email contact on the sales page, or in the comments here.
Oh, and the accompanying sound files are gradually going live here. The should all be up within the next 10 days.
Phew – I need a lie down…