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Friday, 27 November 2009

We have been so busy it's not true!

Since our last post we have been inundated with orders - from single books to multiples! We supply the British Legion and they recently bought a lot of titles for their library. The RAF Museum at Hendon is putting a lot of our titles onto their bookshelves, and their latest catalogue brought in even more orders. Then we got a large order from Napoleon's Bookshop in Sydney (Australia). To add to this last news we are very pleased to say that we are negotiating with the owner of Napoleon's for them to print and issue many of our titles below the equator. This deal will mean a lessening of work here, and a better service in terms of delivery time to all our customers south of 0 degrees. Needless to say the standards we have built up over the years will continue in the titles printed in Australia, and there will be no changes to the content. Furthermore we hope in the New Year to have some really groundbreaking news on a new contract we are at present negotiating - more when it happens!

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

RAF Museum new catalogue

The RAF Museum has just issued its latest catalogue of books and other goodies available from the museum shop. Included are some of our reprints, which can be bought through the catalogue, from the shop, or, of course, direct from us. If ever you are able to get to the museum, we would recommend a visit. There is a really wonderful collection of aircraft, knowledgeable staff and it is a wonderland for all boys (aged 5 to pensionable age). The schools service also does a great job and there are often special displays and talks.

Monday, 2 November 2009

Sorry we have been quiet for so long

We have been working hard on various aspects of the downloading system, which should go live in the New Year. Otherwise we have been printing some large orders for home and overseas. Our latest big order is from the British Legion Poppy Tours, and we have just sent off the second load of books to Torsten Belger at
All in all a busy month, and this month looks like being even more frantic as the university libraries start to order.