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Sea Fury book print run to be capped at 250 copies…
Having announced a couple of days ago that my Sea Fury book was sold out and that I had to reorder some more to deal with new orders (not on here, on my Facebook page), I’ve been giving some thought about how I’m going to deal with the increased interest in this book and how many I’m actually going to print. Initially, I was going to keep this open-ended, simply printing what I needed and then adding to the number as need arises. Having thought about it and taken some advice from those that I trust, I’ve decided not to do that, but to cap the number of books at 250 copies and then move on.
I never set out to create a product with an extended shelf life. I’ve always wanted to produce something that’s exclusive, a treasure to hunt down and collect (if that doesn’t sound too pompous!) and then hopefully collect as each is released. All of these books are therefore ‘limited edition’ in a way, as you will know that I will only every produce a certain number and then move on – once they are gone, they are gone! As it stands, I have 88 copies left of the maximum run I will carry out for this particular book, so if you do want one, that’s all I can take orders on and once I hit that mark, I won’t be returning to it.
So, that’s the plan for this title. Future books may well see more copies printed, but that will depend on sales and how I feel about it. One thing though: once I decide on the capped figure I won’t then change my mind as that’s unfair on those that have bought a copy on that basis – that’s not honest and I won’t be going down that path.
Thanks a lot and see you next time!
After questions about out of print titles, I’m looking at reprinting some older work…