All 500 copies of Robert Forrester, First Fleeter have now been sold, other than a few copies still held by BookPOD, suiting those who wish to pay by credit card. Those ‘in the know’ tell me that this is a very good result for a book of this type, especially a self-published one, but it proves the point that the life of a non-fiction writer is usually a poor one!
The book continues to sell steadily as news of its existence slowly ripples outwards, upwards and downwards through the Forrester community. Therefore I’m planning a reprint. However I’d like some guidance as to the possible numbers required, because printing books is quite an expensive undertaking. Do you know of any family members or friends with an interest in this book? If so, please ask them to contact me.
As a reprint, the book will look the same and will contain the same information as before.