naki_k wrote:What was the situation if a reprint were ever needed?
It only takes two things:
- sufficient critical mass: I think we'd need 50-ish orders, perhaps more, to run a second edition at a price point comparable to the first run;
- advance payment: the printer want their money up front, therefore I do as well.
With appr 45 EUR per book (+ an additional ~10 EUR for packaging/shipping) the sum per print round is too large to fund from my own pockets, to be brutally honest.
nlcrane wrote:Do we need to wait a certain time before “our” book is available on t’internet?
Think so, Norman...
It took ISBN NL only minutes to create the number, then 6 weeks or so to send an invoice!
Could be illustrative of the speed required to distribute the number and related metadata to ye olde interwebs?
Details CAN be found in the Dutch ISBN search engine, probably needs some time to sync with other systems?
Here for the Dutch "Titelbank" record: https://www.titelbank.nl/pls/ttb/f?p=10 ... AE22324BEE
For the book anoraks: it even has the correct NUR code, 'cars'.
Russell32S wrote:It's such a special thing to keep and cherish
You made me blush, Russell...
Glad to hear from yet another happy reader, your pic tells it all, doesn't it?