IF YOU WANT TO BUY THE BOOK GO TO THE SIDE BAR ON THE RIGHT OF THIS PAGE AND CLICK ON 'SETTING THE SCENE'. THIS WILL TAKE YOU TO THE DEDICATED PAGE FOR ORDERING.
I am pleased to say that the books have arrived at long last after the nightmare we had with the original printers. Steve has set the ball in motion for taking them to the small claims court to see if we can get our money back.
You will be glad to know that I have been to the post office today and managed to get everyone's book in the post, so you should have it in your hands in the next couple of days, depending on what part of the world you live in.
My deepest apologies for you having to wait so long for the book to finally materialise and also having paid in advance for it. Our original intention had been for you to pay a couple of days in advance of our receiving the book from the printer and then we could have got the book sent off to you before the xmas postage deadlines. In the end we had to draw a line in the sand and change printers but at least it is better late than never.
In the end I stopped sending out invoices until the books actually arrived, so I will be sending them out tonight. If you haven't received an invoice from me and you would like to buy the book then click on the dedicated page by clicking SETTING THE SCENE in the box on the top right hand side of this page.
My thanks to Steve Lampon for all his hard work in helping with the technical and admin side of getting the book off the ground, to which there has been plenty.
I hope you enjoy the book and your late Christmas reading.
Excellent news Pat. Would be a perfect read for these -40C temps we are currently living in here in CanadaReplyDelete
I am sorry that you have had a problem with the printers, but no worries about the delay.ReplyDelete
I‘m so looking forward to hold this book in my grubby little hands! I‘m sure it was well worth the wait Pat.ReplyDelete
Nick, you will be glad to know that I managed to get your name in the book with the second print run.Delete
Looking forward to Nick bringing my copy at our next game into my grubby little hands!Delete
Now, that's more than welcome news Pat! Fame at last ;-)Delete
Excellent! Should be worth the wait, now the wait begins in Australia!ReplyDelete
Hey, there is always something that messes up the plan. Glad it got sorted and hopefully you aren't out too much money (and get it back).ReplyDelete
I'm really looking forward to reading it! :-)
And don´t worry about the delay, that was no problem - at least for me ;-)
Great news sir!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the update, Pat, and also for solving the unfortunate problem with your first printer.ReplyDelete
My son is home from college for Winter Break and we've been watching "Band of Brothers" together, and during the Bastogne episodes I couldn't help but think to myself what an incredible job you did creating your Battle of the Bulge terrain. Like others above, I can't wait for my copy to arrive here in La La Land!
Thanks very much chaps for your support and understanding.ReplyDelete
Par for the course with printers! Just got the book it's great and perfect timing for my winter soviets!ReplyDelete
Just got mine, now to settle down for a readReplyDelete
Great news Pat, congrats!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to receiving it - don't worry about the delay at all.ReplyDelete
Mine arrived this morning, I'm very pleased with it, thank you. TimReplyDelete
Received mine today - very nice looking book! Hope you get your money back from the printers.ReplyDelete
Just saw a review in Twitter, looks terrific. How can I get a copy? Do you self distribute?ReplyDelete
Go to top right of this page and click on 'Setting The Scene'. This will take you to the dedicated page for buying the book where you need to send an email so that I can reply with an invoice.Delete
Excellent news Pat, I would love to get a copy where do I order it from?ReplyDelete
Go to top right of this page and click on 'Setting The Scene'. This will take you to the dedicated page for buying the book where you need to send an email so that I can reply with an invoice.ReplyDelete
Got my copy and first thoughts are its well worth getting. Well done PatReplyDelete
My copy arrived this week many thanks Pat👍ReplyDelete
Mine turned up. Good read , thanks PatReplyDelete
Worth the wait. Cheers Pat.ReplyDelete
Was starting to worry because I'm about to leave town to work overseas for a bit, and then mine arrived today! Looks great and can't wait to read it. Thanks, Pat!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sendind the book so quickly !ReplyDelete
Very good ideas on it... will be very helfull !
Hola, mi nombre es Osvaldo y compre el año pasado dos libros y aun no llegan, espero haya una equivocación o un error.... por favor responder a email@example.com.ReplyDelete
Hello, my name is Osvaldo and I bought two books last year and still do not arrive, I hope there is a mistake ... please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have waited a long time to let us know as your books were sent over 6 months ago. I have informed Steve who has sent you an email with a copy of proof of posting.
I would like to buy two exemplars of this book. I have already sent an email asking for the costs including shipment to Germany about two or three weeks ago.ReplyDelete
Hi Fritz, If you have not received a PayPal invoice from us then we more than likely haven't received your email?ReplyDelete
Send me an email to email@example.com and we can send you an invoice. Don't wait too long as we have already sold 19 of the last 25 today.
Really enjoyed the book. I wish I had bought the first one at the same time, but have managed to build myself a winter table anyway. ;-)ReplyDelete
If you haven't already done so, you can put your details down on the waiting list for a 5th print run of volume 1 by contacting Steve Lampon through his link on my recent blog post.ReplyDelete
Cheers Pat. I started building a winter table before I even realised that you had written the book. I've just started blogging about it here: https://fortheloveofterrain.blogspot.com/2020/01/building-winter-themed-wargaming-table.html. Since buying your second book, it has inspired me to build some Mediterranean style terrain. I'll post some pictures up on my blog soon.ReplyDelete