As we only sold 30 printed copies of the 2017 edition, the 2018 edition is only available electronically (as a PDF file). But the PDF file is printable, so you could make your own printed copy. Or you should be able to take the file to any high street print shop and ask them to make you a spiral-bound copy with card covers.
- TV/radio/production companies use it to as a source of ideas for shows about upcoming historic anniversaries. They also use it as a source of ideas for features and snippets to include within other shows.
- News websites, newspapers and magazines use it for their “on this day in history” features.
- Writers and journalists use it for ideas for newspaper and magazine articles that tie in with upcoming anniversaries. This is a fairly untapped market, as very few people are doing it. Yet the articles are reasonably easy to research and write – and there are thousands of ideas for them in each book.
- Novelists and filmmakers use it as a source of ideas, and also for historically accurate background details and sub-plots.
- Museums use it for exhibition ideas.
- Historians use it as a source of ideas for their books, articles and lectures.
- And other people are using it in all sorts of interesting ways.