Skip to content

“How can I get hold of a paperback copy of OGJ?”

Alex Roddie
Alex Roddie
1 min read

With a little over 48 hours to go until my launch party, many readers have been getting in touch to ask how they can get their hands on their own copy of The Only Genuine Jones in paperback form. In this blog post I will answer that question as thoroughly as I am able at this stage.

I will be selling signed copies on Wednesday night at the Clachaig, but if you can’t be there, I am already taking pre-orders for posted signed copies. Stock is limited so if you want to order a signed paperback please email me at alex.roddie@gmail.com and let me know your address and preferred method of payment. I accept PayPal or bank transfer and the cost per book is £7.99 plus £2 P&P.

Anyone who orders a signed copy directly from me will get a free copy of the ebook edition in the format of their choice.

Secondly, the book is already available to order from the following online bookstores:
Amazon (UK)
Amazon (USA)
Waterstones
Direct from FeedARead (faster delivery)

As the book is ‘print on demand’ and therefore not always held in stock by the bookstore, delivery times can vary and are beyond my control. However, if you order a copy from me I will always do my best to get it to you within the week.

Notes

Alex Roddie

Happiest on a mountain. Writer, story-wrangler, digital and film photographer. Editor of Sidetracked magazine (I make the words come out good).

Comments


Related Posts

Members Public

Welcome to the new blog!

Alexroddie.com is back from the dead and better than ever before. Soon I'll be blogging like it's 2011 again...

Welcome to the new blog!
Members Public

Attitudes and Altitude: a new Sidetracked project, and a journey across the Alps

I'll be spending much of the rest of the summer in the Alps, trekking and a bit of running from Ventimiglia to Zermatt. It's going to be an incredible adventure. I can't wait to begin.

Attitudes and Altitude: a new Sidetracked project, and a journey across the Alps
Members Public

Twenty years as a writer: a first look at The Farthest Shore

A few thoughts about the long and winding road to the publication of my new book.

Twenty years as a writer: a first look at The Farthest Shore

Mastodon