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.
One of the surprises in all of this is that the book sales have come largely despite paperback availability. I say largely because you could always buy a paperback edition of either book, but that purchase almost had to be made directly from the publisher. You could also buy it through Amazon, but you would still be buying it from the publisher, only now you’d be paying more for the copy in order to make sure every company touching it got paid.
I’m happy to announce that this is no longer the case. Copies of Immortal and Hellenic Immortal are now available in paperback form directly from Amazon and Barnes & Noble and whatever remaining online retailers I am unfamiliar with.