Here we see me, all set up for the London Film & Comic Con at Olympia in London, Nov 11 & 12. It's my third time at the event, and for some reason I thought my table would be enhanced by pinning a bit of Star Wars material to the front. How rubbish did that look? Not that it hurt sales, as this ended up being my biggest weekend of book sales all year.
The event didn't attract art buyers, so my Dr Strange, Star Trek, Beano and Red Dwarf pages went largely ignored (unlike NICE, The Lakes, and the last LFCC, where art sales amounted to the bulk of my takings). Here are my takings from book sales alone:
Saturday £178.80, Sunday £219.83
Check out that graph (above). Richard The Third sold 57 copies in October, and another 23 this month (+ 2 Esthers and 1 Findlay Macbeth) meaning my sales on Amazon via D2D/Ingram finally signify in some small way.
Oct - $90.48, Sept - £0, August $4.23, July $7.39, June $6.03, May $1.86, April $1.52, March $2.46, Feb $0, Jan $4.10
Lulu/Amazon Nov sales - £70.61 * (direct sales through Lulu, all Scottish Falsetto Socks Annuals). Amazon sales still to come.
October - £14.23, September - £18.76, Aug £33.34, July £27.60, June £29.94, May £48.33, April £52.26, March £8.56, Feb £38.57, Jan £35.25, & Dec £26.84
My Books and where to get them:
Prince Of Denmark Street - Amazon - Etsy
Midsummer Nights Dream Team - Amazon - Etsy