TRADE ORDERS: LIBRARY AND BOOKSHOP DISCOUNTS
Negotiable; depends on delivery costs, numbers of books ordered, etc. The more you order, the better your discount. Email us for a quote.
MAKRI PRESS HAS TRADING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE MAIN UK BOOK WHOLESALERS (GARDNERS, BERTRAMS, ASKEWS AND HOLT) WHO CAN ORDER COPIES ON BEHALF OF LIBRARIES AND BOOKSHOPS. IN IRELAND, LIBRARY COPIES AN BE ORDERED THROUGH BOOKNEST (SLIGO) – IF SO, PLEASE UNDERSTAND WE NEED A CERTAIN VOLUME OF ORDERS TO MAKE THE SHIPMENT VIABLE.
(Though please note: you may get a better discount if you can order direct from the publisher)
RETAIL ORDERS : To order direct from this website (best if you want a signed copy): email firstname.lastname@example.org (or phone 01325332456) stating how many copies, signed or unsigned, and giving your POSTAL ADDRESS
Methods of payment for direct orders:
1. EASIEST – IF YOU HAVE INTERNET OR MOBILE BANKING – “PAY A CONTACT”* TO 077311 92970.
2. If you wish to pay using a credit card, we can email a PAYPAL invoice to you which you can pay using a card.
3. If you have a PAYPAL account yourself, you can send the money to email@example.com or to 077311 92970 from within your account.
4. Cheques or postal orders also accepted.
(If you haven’t used PAY A CONTACT before, look under ‘make a payment’ on your internet bank account. There should be a tab or link for “pay a contact” – often next to the “pay an account” tab. Click on this tab or link and enter the mobile number above into the contact number box; the system should then display the account name for this phone as “M.Wilkinson”. Then enter the amount to pay and confirm the payment.)
Book are also available through amazon if you prefer, with free postage for amazon prime (or super saver delivery if you order it with any other item to take your total over £10). go to AMAZON
The book can also be ordered at any Waterstones branch; independent bookshops can also order it here or via the ‘booknet’ system or through any of the main book wholesalers.
Other outlets in the Weardale area who stock it: The world heritage visitor centre, Durham (near the cathedral) The Weardale museum (Ireshopeburn) and the Weardale gazette office (Stanhope town centre)