Flight to Paradise a novel by Mike Coe

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Signed Copies
Order a signed copy of "Flight to Paradise" or "Flight into Darkness" for yourself, or let us send a copy to a friend for you.
Cost includes postage - USPS Priority Mail

Pay with credit cards through PayPal (you do not have to have an account with PayPal), or mail a check: Mike Coe, 2034 Costero Hermoso, San Clemente, CA 92673
Be sure to include the address where you would like the book mailed, the name of the person the book is to be signed TO:"Name" and any special message.

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Special signing instructions:

Local Retailers
(if your favorite book retailer is sold out or does not stock the book, have them order it)
State City Location Address
Alabama Dothan Red House Bookstore 2013 S. Oates St.
Alabama Dothan Barnes & Noble Bookstore 4601 Montgomery Hwy #100
Dothan, AL 36303
(334) 671-8013
Alabama Troy Barnes & Noble Bookstore Troy State University - Trojan Center
Texas Dallas Crew Outfitters - DFW Airport Terminal C, Gate 24 (inside security)
(972) 574-3607
Texas Dallas American Airlines Flight Academy
(Gift store operated by Crew Outfitters)
American Airlines Employees only

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Order Information
for Retailers and Distributors

Orders are placed online using the wholesale order form located:  https://secure.booklocker.com/booklocker/wholesale/order.php
Discount rates are listed on the wholesale order form linked above. Minimum order is one (1) book.

Name of book: Flight to Paradise
Author: Mike Coe
ISBN #: 9781609101787
List Price: $16.95
(346 pages)

Can I purchase your book at my local Barnes & Noble, Borders, Books-A-Million, or Walmart?

I am using a small publisher. My publisher will not accept returns which is often required by the large book chains. However, you can have your local bookstore order the book for you if you are not comfortable ordering online.

Bookstore returns were instituted during the depression to help bookstores stay in business. Interestingly, however, the practice never died, despite the end of the depression. According to Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg of The Wall Street Journal, “The book industry, by contrast, has been saddled with (returns) since the Depression, when publishers told struggling bookstores they could return unwanted books as long as they kept ordering new titles.” The article is quite disturbing, sharing the dollar figures for returned books (estimated at $800M -yes MILLION – last year alone), how authors aren’t paid for returns, even if the books are then sold to discount warehouses, and other inner-workings of a system few authors really know anything about. An average of 35%-40% of books are returned by bookstores each year. That means they routinely over-budget their needs by 35%-40%! If the rest of the world did business that way, the economy would be in shambles.

Invite a friend to join you on a "Flight to Paradise"
(Click the picture below and print a boarding pass for a friend)