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From now on, I will be sending out the occasional author newsletter, providing the interested reader with inside-information into my writing processes.  You might even be given a look at an excerpt from a draft.  And, of course, the recipients of this newsletter will be the first to hear about the release date of the next novel!  (And yes, you heard that right, there will be a next novel…)

I will also let you know about giveaways from other independent Australian authors.  It can be difficult starting out in this business, and so we rely quite heavily on word-of-mouth and online reviews.  To get those reviews, we often have to give our books away.  So if you like to receive free books, and you don’t mind writing the occasional review, then this is the newsletter for you!

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Sales figures

Every so often, someone asks me how many copies of The Ephesus Scroll have been sold.  I am pleased to be able to share the current sales figures…

As of June 2014, after about a year and a half since the release of the ebook, more than 300 copies of The Ephesus Scroll have been sold!  OK, so it isn’t quite a best-seller yet, but still I am very pleased with the way things have gone.  More specifically, I have covered the cost of printing the paperback.

Interestingly, I have sold twice as many paperbacks as ebooks: that’s just over 200 paperbacks and just over 100 ebooks.  So clearly many people still prefer a physical copy. And one thing I noticed as I have gone around talking about the novel and the book of Revelation is that it isn’t very easy to sign an ebook!