Too late. I did.
I can hardly wait!
*squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*(pardon the mildly deranged fanboy noises coming from the left coast)
Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet.Is October still the planned date?
I zee notzink! I heah notzink! I know notzink! Not-zink!
That looks great! Can't wait to see the inside!
The inside is even better... :-)
...bad, bad LawDog.
Me want...Me Need!
We need you, Peter Grant, and Kim DuToit at a table exchanging Africa stories...
Oh dear, I believe I squee'd over there.
Well, you've done it now! Congrats, and I hope you sell a bunch of them. It'll be nice to revisit favorites without having to dig through blog archives.Any plans for an audio version?
I left a review at Amazon...hope it helps.
(drooling like a rabid possum with my wallet out and open)
Hey Lawdog, your African adventures are already flagged as best seller, ranking #1 in West Africa Travel Kindle section. https://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/digital-text/14046390011/ref=sr_bs_0_14046390011_1Also in the overal Amazon Bestsellers -business and humor section you have positions #1,#3,and #5 snagged. :) I have taken screenshots. https://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books/271590011/ref=sr_bs_0_271590011_1Now what are the chances of you coming to DragonCon so I can get my dead tree versions signed?
Lawdog, for book #3, (WHICH YOU BETTER BE OUTLINING AS WE SPEAK!) You mention privates, so you served in the military, how did the personnel clerk interviewing you about civilian life take to "Place of birth?" "Malta." and "Languages?" and your odd british spellings. And I bet your security form section listing Places of residence before entering military service:When a clerk or sgt, or officer meets something/someone who doesn't fit into the nice little square holes, their life gets complicated, and you get problems. And your way of spelling, cause you probably went to a few international schools, that used UK spelling.
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