Friday, 9 February 2018

Second Printing of Setting the Scene.

 
2nd printing of Setting the Scene has been delivered and the books will go in the post today/tomorrow. We have sold about 75% of them so we have about 30-40 copies left. If you have been undecided about getting a copy now is the time, as I doubt that there is enough interest to warrant a 3rd printing.
 
 If you would like a copy please email me on kerstinsmith1234@gmail.com and I will send you a Paypal invoice.
 
 For further details including price and postage costs then click on SETTING THE SCENE at the top right column on this page.
 
If you would like to view or read a review of the book then click on one of the links below. These were made by people who bought the book and I would just like to say thanks to you guys for your comments, it has helped to make it all worth while.
Also many thanks to everybody who have supported the book, particularly those who waited patiently whilst we dealt with the problems associated with the first printer.
 
 
SETTING THE SCENE BOOK REVIEWS.
 
WAR HQ.co.uk
 

 
Colonel Mustards blog

 


 
Stiumac - blogspot.co.uk  Worlds in Miniature
 

 
Trouble At T’Mill –  a wargaming blog.
 
And a big thanks to Steve Lampon for all his help with advertising on Face Book.
Cheers,
Pat. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 




 






 
 
 
 

 



 
 
 




 


 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 




 
 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 


Wednesday, 17 January 2018

SOLD OUT - Setting The Scene

Setting the Scene book - SOLD OUT - Many thanks to everyone who supported the book.

We have decided to see how much enthusiasm there is for a reprint by taking pre-orders again. Since yesterday evening we already have 33 x orders wanting a copy of the book, so hopefully you won't have to wait too long.

To register your interest in the book  send an email stating which country you are from and how many copies to kerstinsmith1234@gmail.com 

 For more information about the book, pricing and postage go to the sidebar at the top right of this page and click on SETTING THE SCENE.

The following names are the last of the first print run and they will be having their books put in the post this Friday 19th January.

Todd Shryock, Mark Flack, Harry Morris, Eric Mckenzie, Mark Warner, Andrew Common, Julian Bailey, Bob Miller, Nelson Mixon, Martin Hutton, Steve Wright, Benito Vera, Andrew Mills, Ian James, Kar Fai Cheung, John Martin, Marc Renouf, Charles Ohike, Morgan Nash.

Cheers,

Pat.       
 

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Setting The Scene - books are on their way at last.


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.

Pat.