I don´t know why I have been a writer for more than a year without even considering paper books. Or to be precise, I have just rejected the idea because I was sure it would be too complicated for someone living in Denmark to sell paper books all over the world.
But Sunday afternoon I finally felt like checking out the possibilities. Just testing CreateSpace and just playing around with their cover creator etc. because I thought it would be a good idea to have a paper version of “Anna Märklin” as well as the e-book. I think I must have pushed a wrong button at some time, however, because this morning CreateSpace sent me the following message:
Congratulations your files are printable!
So if anyone should feel like splashing out $ 7.99 for a cosy Yorkshire mystery, “The Cosy Knave” is now available in good old paper format.
And thank you to my technical agony aunt, Linda Rae Blair, for your help with the cover and several other questions.