The pandemic has screwed a lot of supply chains as various manufacturing and retail operations shut down.
The shutdown problem is impacting my hardcover books, all of which are listed on Amazon (and possibly elsewhere) as out of stock. These come from a different printer than the paperback editions which are still available. The Kindle editions are also available.
I apologize for the inconvenience to those of you who have been perplexed about the missing hardcover editions of Conjure Woman’s Cat, Eulalie and Washerwoman, Lena, Sarabande, and Special Investigative Reporter. Let’s hope they return soon.
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I can’t “like” this post, but I can share in your frustration. They’re an absolute mess right now, and I can only assume they’ve decided their best course of action is to ignore all emails.
Ignoring all e-mails reminds of a Grisham novel where the insurance company’s policy was to deny all claims. I guess we’re all supposed to be patient. What the hell did they do, lay off their entire staff, and now they can’t find them?
I’m beginning to wonder. I belong to an I/S Community group on Facebook. It seems we’re all having the same issues. Missing hardbacks, missing orders, etc., with no response to email, live chat, or phone calls.
That’s not the kind of thing that bodes well.
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