Saturday, March 20, 2010

When a Book Does Well

One of the best things about being a publisher is seeing the look of sheer delight on an author's face when someone tells them they have genuinely enjoyed reading their book. Especially when the sentiment is heartfelt.

Paul Flynn's autobiography was never going to set the bestseller charts alight, but both he and we are very pleased at how it's going so far.

Today Paul has written a blogpost giving some of the reactions he has had to the book. You can read it HERE.

You can order Paul Flynn's book HERE.


Martin said...

"Especially when the sentiment is heartfelt."

An old friend of mine used to say: "it's best to sincere, even when you don't mean it."

no longer anonymous said...

n a related note, why not have a "Why vote BNP" in the Why Vote series? I can imagine it selling well simply due to morbid curiosity! Then gain people might be too embarrassed to buy it...

Dick Puddlecote said...

Aww, bless his little ideologically confused socks.

The royalties will come in handy too, so next time he is taken to court, he won't rifle our pockets for a vain defence fund. ;-)