The path not taken.
- Oct 9, 2009
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Amazon's reputation has somewhat gone downhill in recent times, especially in the eyes of smaller sellers and suppliers.
Important Message from the Author/Publisher
Firstly I would like to thank all those who have already purchased a copy of my book ‘Natter. Manned Missile of the Third Reich’. I hope it has lived up to your expectations.
Due to the unexpected and overwhelming demand for the book the sole distributor Bookworld Wholesalers have advised that the first printing has almost sold out.
As readers who have seen the book will appreciate, this has been an expensive book to self-publish.
However I would seriously consider a further reprint if the number of further orders justified it.
So if you would like a copy please submit your order to Bookworld Wholesalers”.
Dr Brett Gooden
If not digital, then what is your solution for everyone who didn't get in on the 250?
Amazon sells thousands of digital books every minute and it works for them and the readers. Amazon and the book's author get paid and the buyer immediately gets his book. There is never a scarcity of supply of digital books. There is no waiting for another print run that may never happen.
Since you dislike "scarcity", what is your better word for the absence of supply of a desired book?
Preview PDF: http://www.theaviationhistorian.com/public-downloads/preview-PDFs/tah_iss28_spread5_natter.pdfSpace Medicine specialist Dr Brett Gooden describes the daunting aeromedical challenges facing Erich Bachem and the pilots of his vertically-launched rocket-powered Natter
That picture again.Absolute BeginnersPreview PDF: http://www.theaviationhistorian.com/public-downloads/preview-PDFs/tah_iss28_spread5_natter.pdfSpace Medicine specialist Dr Brett Gooden describes the daunting aeromedical challenges facing Erich Bachem and the pilots of his vertically-launched rocket-powered Natter