The sales figures for last month through Amazon for Eusebius of Caesarea, Gospel Problems and Solutions, have just arrived. Sales continue fairly level, with no evident sign of diminishing, which is good news.
The total sold through Amazon so far, since June, is 55 copies. That includes both hard back and paper back copies, but not the ones sold directly by myself. I’m also getting orders through the book trade, mostly from European dealers.
We’re not at breakeven point yet by any means, but the fact is that the book is selling far better than I had any reason to expect.
This is down to everyone who contributed; Nick who did the cover design and Bob who did all the typesetting and made sure it was all professional; David who translated so much of it and went through bits that I had missed and corrected them; Adam who translated all the stuff that I couldn’t get done, and transcribed the text; and Carol and her friends at UCL who did such interesting things with the Coptic. And it is of course to all the other people that I have not mentioned, but whose role was critical. The list of credits is a very long one!
The links to the Amazon pages are:
I can’t quite imagine this book as a Christmas present, but if you can, please oblige!
Copies can also be bought direct from me through this site.