Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Lew, Feb 3, 2017.
I'm currently reading E&D and I am enjoying it. Great job and a great future to you.
Thank you, I am unbelievably happy, not to mention totally surprised, at how people react to this story.
Wonderful. Keep up the good work and Congratulations!
Congratulations sir. You're living my dream, so I'll leave you with the compliment of jealousy and the reward of purchase, as soon as I finish the book I'm reading.
Latest saga, went to "Extended Distribution" on Createspace, and the books are now available on Barnes and Noble, and Ingram for distro to indie book stores. I learned that it really does take several weeks for that to happen, but there was no problem with the E&Ds non-Amazon ISBN, it was the lewgth and the review process. I am looking to get into Overdrive for distro as ePubs to libraries. Has anyone done a migration from Kindle to Nook? Can I do that and still be in KU?
Very good to hear. I did post a review of E&D on Amazon. I really enjoyed it.
Hey, thanks! I just missed it. Glad you enjoyed it!
I've always liked this time period. Central Asia gets usually short shrift even from historians. Tempting...
in teresting time. Greek-speaking Bactria (Afghanistan) was the nexus of Greek philosophy and Buddhism, and almost nothing of what must have been an impressive civilization has come down to us.
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