Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Bestselling Hale Fiction on Amazon - 16 March 2011

On the Black Horse Express blog I post a popular weekly bestseller list of what Amazon, and other on-line retailers, are claiming to be their bestselling Black Horse Western titles. I thought it'd be interesting to expand this to posting a list that includes all Hale titles. So below is the list of the current top ten Hale fiction (in all formats) bestsellers on amazon:

1. Beyond the Storm by E. V. Thompson (Paperback - 30 Nov 2010)
From £5.95

2. No Less Than the Journey by E.V. Thompson (Paperback - 30 May 2010)
From £2.81

3. No Less Than the Journey by E.V. Thompson (Kindle Edition - 31 May 2010)
Buy: £5.34

4. Churchyard and Hawke by E.V. Thompson (Paperback - 30 Nov 2009)
From £4.43

5. The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes by Paul D. Gilbert (Hardcover - 31 Oct 2008)
From £8.08

6. Sherlock Holmes and the Giant Rat of Sumatra by Paul D. Gilbert (Hardcover - 31 Aug 2010)
From £14.59

7. The Man Who Could Not Sleep and Other Mysteries by Michael Gilbert (Hardcover - 31 Jan 2011)
From £16.14

8. Darcy's Diary by Amanda Grange (Kindle Edition - 1 Jan 2011)
Buy: £6.39

9. Meet Me in Malmo by Torquil MacLeod (Hardcover - 31 Dec 2010)
From £13.27

10. Beyond the Storm by E. V. Thompson (Hardcover - 30 Nov 2010)
From £9.35

Monday, March 7, 2011

Lady Farquhar's Butterfly in Large Print

My latest novel with Hale was released in Large Print by Ulverscroft on March 01.

I love the cover and can't wait to hold the book in my hands but as I live near Melbourne, Australia, I'll have to be a little more patient.

The Hale version (also with a cover I love) was released last June and has had good reviews including this from Long and Short Reviews:

"Sweet with heat and hard to beat, Lady Farquhar's Butterfly gains momentum as it builds to a terrifying climax.... Beverley Eikli’s concise, smooth, and subtle writing reveals characters and their motivations with a style that makes Lady Farquhar's Butterfly fascinating—a thoroughly enjoyable, page-turner of a tale."

A big thank you to my fellow Hale authors who have been full of helpful advice.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Large Print edition of 'April and May'


                                                               On 1st March, Ulverscroft brought out a Large Print edition of April and May. It's the first time one of my Regency tales has been accepted for a Large Print edition, so I'm learning... and thank you to those Hale authors who have given advice and help.