I am so, so, so excited to finally have some of my books available in hardcover. They are BEAUTIFUL!!! (Yes, okay, so I’m probably a little bit biased, but take a look at the videos below, and I think you’ll agree 😉 )
The Creepy Hollow hardbacks have covers that are similar in style to the original paperback covers of The Faerie Guardian, The Faerie Prince and The Faerie War (remember the magical flowery vibes on those covers? 😉). They also include some custom character artwork by the super talented artist Sandra Winther!
(And in case you missed the photos of the paperback trilogies and the City of Wishes paperback that I shared recently on social media, I’ve included photos at the bottom of this post.)
Where to Get Them
VIOLET’S STORY – hardcover
CALLA’S STORY – hardcover
EMERSON’S STORY – hardcover
CITY OF WISHES: CINDERELLA – hardcover
VIOLET’S STORY – paperback
CALLA’S STORY – paperback
EMERSON’S STORY – paperback
CITY OF WISHES: CINDERELLA – paperback
Overseas (Outside South Africa) Readers: How to Get “Signed” Copies
- Order your paperback or hardback copies from anywhere online
- Forward your purchase confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Include your MAILING ADDRESS and YOUR NAME (or the name of whoever you’ll be giving the books to), so I can sign bookplates (little decorative cards that you can stick inside your books) to you or whoever you plan to gift the books to
South African Readers
I won’t be doing a local print run of the Creepy Hollow hardback or paperback trilogies 🙁 So many of my SA readers already have the individual paperbacks that I don’t think it’ll be worth the significant cost of doing the trilogy versions.
For those who DO want the Creepy Hollow trilogies, either hardback or paperback …
The Book Depository might be your most affordable option (free shipping, but then you do often get charged a customs fee when the parcel arrives).
Or Amazon might actually be better, depending on which Amazon you order from and which shipping speed you select. (I think Amazon UK might be cheaper than US, since the books don’t have to travel as far? You’ll have to take a look and see.)