I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Barnes & Noble has become that relative we all talk about as if they’re already dead, even when they’re right in the room with us, and they don’t even mind because at least we’re talking about them.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America
Back in 2012, I was enjoying the first big success of my career. Immortal had taken off–not in the mega-best-seller sense, but in the “oh shit, I’m making real money” sort of way. That might not sound like a huge deal to you unless you happen to also be a writer, and then maybe it does.
It has been a tremendously successful several months for Immortal and Hellenic Immortal, with both books selling more copies, as ebooks, than I’m probably permitted to disclose. (Let’s go with an awful lot of copies.) Most of these sales have been for the Kindle, because Amazon, for all their faults, cross-promotes very, very well.
I’m actually a little late on this announcement– I’ve been traveling, as you know– but Hellenic Immortal is indeed now available for purchase on the Nook, alongside Immortal. You can purchase it here.
Questions answered and other things
Answer: It is available through Amazon here. The semantic distinction has to do with the fact that TWCS is using a consignment approach to print book sales with Amazon right now. In my opinion you’d be better served ordering it directly from the publisher, here.