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» Saturday, June 19, 2004
We're pleased to announce that we now have in stock the paperback editions of Christopher Fowler's novella BREATHE and Claire Bott's TIME HUNTER novella THE CLOCKWORK WOMAN. Both are being despatched to subscribers and pre-orders this week. We have also arranged for Chris and Claire to sign a few copies and so while stocks last all orders direct from Telos will receive signed copies.
The hardback editions of both these titles are currently expected to be with us mid-July.
We were recently pleased to receive the following book chart courtesy of Hellnotes, the email genre newsletter. Congratulations to Simon Clark for making the list.
JUNE'S BOOKSELLERS BESTSELLERS LIST
1. Crisscross by F. Paul Wilson
2. Damned: An Anthology of the Lost edited by Dave Barnett, Necro Publications
3. Grave Markings by Michael Arnzen (Book 2 of Volume 2 of Dark Essential Series), Delirium Books
4. Doctor Who: The Dalek Factor by Simon Clark, Telos Publishing
5. Little Blue Book of Rose Stories by Peter Straub, Borderlands Press
6. New Neighbor by Ray Garton, Cemetery Dance
7. Cerulean Sins by Laurell K. Hamilton, Orbit
8. It Came From Outer Space by Ray Bradbury, Gauntlet
9. Succubi by Edward Lee, Necro Publications
10. Oblivion by Jay Bonansinga, Cemetery Dance
We thank the following booksellers for participating in compiling this month's list:
Bloodletting Press (http://www.bloodlettingpress.com)
Borderlands Books (http://www.borderlands-books.com)
Camelot Books and Gifts, Inc. (http://www.camelotbooks.com)
Galaxy Bookshop (http://www.galaxybooks.com.au)
Jeff 'n' Joys Quality Used Books (http://www.jeffnjoys.co.uk)
Ziesing Books (http://www.ziesingbooks.com)
IN THE PRESS
The press cutting below appeared in the industry newspaper PUBLISHING NEWS, Friday 18th June 2004:
Posted by David @ 9:57 am
» Saturday, June 12, 2004
Things never run totally according to schedule, and even the best laid plans can go awry. We've just been informed that reprint editions of 'Skirts Bring Me Sorrow', 'Some Look Better Dead' and 'The Winning Side', the new Hank Janson title 'Accused' and the new Catalogue for the second half of 2004 have been delayed by a month or so due to port strikes in Chennai. This means that we won't be getting bulk copies until mid-July now. We do have a few early copies of 'Accused' and these have been sent to pre-orders and subscribers already.
More delays in the UK as copies of 'Breathe' and 'The Clockwork Woman', which arrived in the country at the start of June, are still waiting to be unloaded! As soon as we get copies here (currently promised next week, or maybe the week after) we'll be able to send the paperback editions out to everyone. This does mean that the hardbacks of both these editions won't be available until about a month after we get the paperbacks ourselves.
Finally, 'Houdini's Last Illusion' has been slightly delayed and we're expecting to receive copies probably sometime around the end of July now.
More information as soon as we have it ...
Posted by David @ 10:25 am
» Saturday, June 05, 2004
Sharp eyed visitors will have seen that the Telos Homepage has been slightly redesigned to start to take into account that the DOCTOR WHO Novellas will be disappearing at the end of this month.
Added to the site are the remaining books for 2004, as well as a few other tweaks and jinks to keep things moving smoothly.
On the 4th of June, we held a successful launch for the two new titles: THE CLOCKWORK WOMAN by Claire Bott and BREATHE by Christopher Fowler. Despite the fact that the Princess Louise decided that booking a room was no longer good enough, and decided to open it to the general public, and despite the fact that therefore they refused us permission to actually make any introductions to our guests and to properly let people know what was happening, all present had a good time.
Claire Bott and Christopher Fowler
Posted by David @ 6:01 pm