I’ve fallen out with Amazon!
I don’t think it’s hard to tell the difference between an ebook, a paperback and a large-print (dyslexia-friendly) paperback. They all look different, different sizes, etc. The dyslexia edition has a huge sticker on the front stating what it is. Waterstones and other bookstores have managed to tell the editions apart and list them successfully… so what is it that Amazon finds so tricky to fathom?
Yes, it’s Friday the 12th February, but did you know that this date is also National Darwin Day to celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday?
A huge thank you to writing.ie for featuring our guest article on our dyslexia-friendly titles. This amazing site for writers and readers is a veritable font of knowledge for anyone interested in books from any angle… You can read our little interview here:
It’s not too hard to understand, is it? They’ve mixed up the paperback versions (regular and dyslexia-friendly) and listed the dyslexia edition as our regular paperback, so technically that’s the wrong listing. They’ve also somehow managed to delete all our hard-earned reviews for the Kindle edition.
I’m so excited to be able to reveal the cover for the first Scorpius Classic… Wuthering Heights.
Armed with coffee and a panini, I had a full diary this morning (along with the added addition of homeschooling) and what do I find as I enter the office?
Two recent pieces of news from Scorpius towers, with our eyes now firmly fixed on 2021’s exciting list…
We had a nice delivery from the printers yesterday of Darkness Forbidden paperback and dyslexia editions… it was like Christmas had come early!
There’s been a flurry of submissions this week from hopeful writers, which is always lovely to see and gives us a warm feeling that an author would entrust our little company with their pride and joy. It’s why we try and do things differently…