St. Clair Publications has sold many thousands of books over the past six years since we opened up to publish other authors. These sales have been made through various channels: book signings, book stores and other retail outlets, our website at stclairpublications.com, Amazon sites worldwide and other online book retailers.
Our books have been read and enjoyed by celebrities, best-selling authors, doctors, lawyers, public speakers, teachers and college professors and even at least one member of the British House of Lords. And of course, lots of average folks from every walk of life. We have even received compliments and endorsements by some very well-known individuals. Some folks have even ordered multiple copies of a title for gifts, particularly at Christmas. That thought brought on the idea that we should have a promotion this holiday season. Between now and December 20, anyone who orders a minimum of 5 units, each with a retail of $15.95 or more, from our website, no matter if they order all the same title or a combination of titles, will receive one additional book of his or her choice at no additional cost, and we will pay the postage with only a $3.00 service charge by us for the entire order! To select and receive your free book, simply email me your choice after making your order at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have so many talented authors and such a variety of genres that at least one is sure to please everyone reading this blog entry. Click on our site at http://stclairpublications.com and go to authors on the left of the front page. And Happy Holidays to one and all!
As I have mentioned many times this month, Gerald Sinclair launched his and Rondo B B Me‘s new book, The Enigmatic Sinclairs, Volume One, at Rosslyn Chapel Visitor’s Center in Scotland on 6 October. Sales have been been fantastic. I am posting here one picture of Gerry at the signing (left) with Rosslyn Director, Ian Gardiner.
Well today is Columbus Day in America when we celebrate the discover of the New World. But even the creators of Hi and Lois in the comics, Brian and Greg Walker, realize the flaw in this. Yesterday morning’s edition showed their youngest son asking his dad, “How come we don’t get Columbus Day off school anymore?” then later, “Columbus discovered America, right?” to which he replies, “Not exactly. There were the Native Americans living here before he landed. The Vikings were probably the first Europeans to set foot on this shore. Columbus actually thought he was in India.” Then the daughter says, “So why did he get a holiday named after him?” Enter the older son, “He probably had a good PR agent.”
Yep. Sounds right to be. *I have been talking a lot on this blog lately about the new book by Gerald Sinclair and Rondo B B Me of Australia titled ‘The Enigmatic Sinclairs Book One.‘ The great thing about this book is that it deals only in documented fact. There has been a long time belief in the Sinclair/ St. Clair Clan that 100 years before Columbus, but after the Vikings, a Scottish Jarl, who was in the Norwegian nobility, called Prince Henry Sinclair or St. Clair (the original family name), made at least one voyage to North America. Gerry and Rondo’s book mentions this as a distinct possibility but does not call it fact.
Several other books have expounded upon this presumed voyage, and they seem very convincing. There is a children’s book by British author and noted artist, Hazel Brown, published in 2013 by St. Clair Publications, titled ‘Prince Henry St. Clair, Earl of Orkney’. This book is superbly illustrated and in full color, and is distributed by both Ingram Books and Amazon worldwide. It is available from the St. Clair Publications website at http://stclairpublications.com, on all Amazon sites, and may be ordered through any book store. Both books, The Enigmatic Sinclairs and Prince Henry St. Clair, Earl of Orkney would make excellent Christmas gifts. Personally I’m for renaming the holiday Discovery Day.
Today the long-awaited launch of The Enigmatic Sinclairs, Volume One, by Gerald Sinclair and Rondo B B Me has come. But even if you weren’t there, this great work will now finally be available on Amazon sites around the world! Order your copy today by copying and pasting the following link: