by Dennis Weiler on April 24, 2012
I keep discovering that small-press publishing is a stop-and-go business: either you're juggling emails, invoices, shipping, contracts, bids, and proofreading all in one week... or you're waiting on all of the above.
The new Price book is at the "formatting" stage, with all of the art work in digital form, and the (presumably!) "final" text bloc off being subjected to programming magic. The pre-order list for the Limited is slowly assembling. Feel free to email me if you want to order, by the way, at email@example.com
Meanwhile, the rifle marksmanship season's underway here in Idaho. One match, in Vale Oregon, has been cancelled mid-shooting when the winds got so high that it was breaking off target frames! Two of our first three practice sessions here in Nampa have been cancelled for rain-- and, remember, we're in an irrigated desert here.
I'm going to be out of the office 2nd-6th May, to go camp out in the mountains with two old friends and a cannon. Why not? After all, converting money into noise is one of life's little pleasures...