Update on 19 August: This morning The Hive has my book in stock for the first time in weeks – I think they have just been selling what they have had in direct to previous orders. But even so there are now only a few left!
Update on 20 August – sold out again!
I only realised belatedly that there was no kindle version of ‘the garden of equal delights’ on Amazon; but on making enquiries I found out that it was delayed due to the current covid situation.
However the delay has clearly been overcome and it has just become available as a kindle download on Amazon. It has always been available from the publisher Triarchy Press as either a pdf or an ePub. For the uninitiated – like me – they explain “pdf text retains the printed book’s format and pagination but cannot be edited, printed or copied; and ePub text reflows to suit your digital device, losing the printed book’s format and pagination”.
The full price from Triarchy is £10.50, but you can apply the ‘tpdirect’ code for a 20% discount making it £8.40. The kindle version is £9.99.
Note: Amazon are now selling the paperback at the cover price of £12.50, but claiming this is a discounted price – I don’t know how that is allowed. The Hive still have the best price for the paperback £9.79. Their website says it is still out of stock, although you can order nevertheless and it will be delivered despite the apparent lack of stock (my friend did this).