Dreamless Roads anthology has green light!


Well – the deed is done! DreamWorlds Publishing’s first official title will be going live in paperback format on Amazon by this weekend with luck and a fair following wind and I’m hoping that I can break the back of the e-version tomorrow and that should come on line for Kindle at the same time.
We had a couple of little glitches with what kind of proof was required and also with hairlines showing up on the cover image which turned out to something and nothing as it wouldn’t have affected the print process at all so I hit the proof approval button at around 5 pm GMT today 😀
Will be in announcing the links for Amazon and Kindle and then for Smashwords & Barnes & Noble et al in here as soon as they’re available thereafter – I can order copies for you (via payPal or cheque if you’re in the UK) but it’s very doubtful that you’ll get them in time for Xmas now 😦 For those of you who prefer to do your book-buying in the real world you ought to be able to order it through most reputable chains using the ISBN (in your draft copies I sent out) 😉

Updates on this very soon as I get them through…

7 thoughts on “Dreamless Roads anthology has green light!

    • In the UK but ordered a direct copy from Jan. I hope mine does but I’m not too fussed. Can’t wait to show my English teacher. Not told him yet. Quite the surprise I think.


  1. Hooray!!! The print version is up now (8:00 AM Dec. 17 Mountain time, 1/2 hour before sunrise in snowy Montana) at the U.S. Amazon site: http://www.amazon.com/Dreamless-Roads-anthology-Sue-Bridgwater/dp/0992747244/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1418828306&sr=8-1&keywords=%22Dreamless+Roads%22+Hawke

    I’m delighted! They’ve listed Sue Bridgwater and me as the editors, which in my case is ridiculous, as I did only a little editing on a very few of the stories, but I guess that’s par for the course on Amazon. Oh well. I’m about to tell all my meager number of Facebook friends and followers about this. Can’t wait to hold the book in my hands!


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  2. I’ve already registered the ISBN with the National database (Nielsens) so your local library and bricks and mortar bookshops can use that info internally to order copies on a print on demand basis (which’ll go through to Lightning Source).
    Have just checked on Lightning Source as well and it’s showing up as available to order on their database so I’ll email around to everyone tomorrow 😀

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  3. Ooh, very excited. PayPal is good for me. My local (ish) library wants a copy. Would all the ISBNs and stuff check out? Also, how would you order a copy in the “real world” using the ISBN?

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