The Lowest Heaven and The Book of the Dead both continue to tick along merrily. The latter had a surge of paperback sales, aided, I suspect, by online platforms updating with Garen Ewing's foxy new jackets.
Irregularity was already having a stronger 2015 than 2014, and, buoyed by Kim Curran's Tiptree Honours, it had a fantastic April. The anthology continues to live up to its name. It sells more copies, rather than fewer, with every passing month.
Irregularity is also our only title that sells better in the UK than the US, and that by a hefty margin. (Almost the reverse of The Lowest Heaven, which has something like a 20:1 US/UK difference.)
None of this makes any sense to me at all. But I am utterly delighted. Publishing is bonkers. Thank you all.
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