Anywhere in the country should be able to order it, including libraries. Not sure who you'd go to if you want a hard copy overseas, apart from Amazon UK with overseas shipping, perhaps? But hopefully Snowbooks will be working hard to secure those translation and overseas deals at the trade fairs soon.So if I go to Foyles nr Tottenham Court Road, will they be able to order me a copy, do you think?
Definitely, as DG says. But I have also been informed that it's being stocked by Hatchards, Britain's oldest bookshop and holder of three royal warrants (not that I'm a snob or anything). Probably only one copy, but it would be cool if you could buy it.So if I go to Foyles nr Tottenham Court Road, will they be able to order me a copy, do you think?
Yes, I am -- that's without you having visited it during browsing, I assume? (I have no idea how these things work, however.)You might be interested to know that when I was last on Amazon "The Goddess Project" was one of the books suggested to me.
Hope it's worth the wait!My copy arrived!!
I do not believe that I ever went searching for it. I certainly don't remember doing it, but couldn't rule out the possibility. I thought it might have something to do with a Chrons connection. I had just left a review of "Heart Blade" by our own Juliana.Yes, I am -- that's without you having visited it during browsing, I assume? (I have no idea how these things work, however.)
In my case, they might not have a bad idea, there. I do have a habit of buying multiple copies of things. They'd do better to pop up and say, "We notice you haven't bought this book in six months. Would you like another one?"TDZ is right. Amazon is still trying to sell me books I bought from them years ago.