Well it has finally arrived - a few days late, but considering all the postage troubles at the moment, not too bad. Firstly a quick apology: I have sent out all the inland copies but the chap behind the counter at the Post Office clearly didn't have English as his first language because despite asking for 1st Class postage "for everything" after the first 7 had been processed he said - "you did say 2nd Class didn't you?" Being English I said no, I wanted 1st Class, but not to worry (that wasn't what I was really thinking!). So a few of you will be getting your copies a day or two late - sorry about that!
Here are a few photos that you might enjoy, whilst waiting for it to arrive - these are my pre-production shots, but you get the general idea.
If you would like to order a copy for immediate despatch PAYPAL is probably the best way to go. The book costs £23.50 within the UK including 1st Class postage (!!) £27.00 in Europe and £29.00 for the rest of the world.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The book has come out rather well with some lovely photos and maps. I hope you will enjoy it.
Thanks very much once again for your support - if you like it, please tell your friends, as getting the word out there is the biggest problem for one man bands such as I
Last but not least, I hope you all have a pleasant Christmas and New Year and a great wargaming 2023.
All good things come to those who wait, especially with all the current disruption. Have a great Christmas.ReplyDelete
Haha indeed! Merry Christmas to you tooReplyDelete
Wow, superb pictures and minis!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the explanation Steve. I shall wait with baited breath for today's post.ReplyDelete
Hope you like it and the postal strike doesn't hold it up too much!!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to the book! What regiment is the last one (using the Elite Miniatures Grenadiers)? Great image!ReplyDelete
Saxon Guard Grenadiers which feature in one of the scenarios. Hope you enjoy the book!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Steve. Love your painting style. Chris (Canada)Delete
Thanks Chris. Not all my brushwork. The Saxon Guards and Prussian limber were by a chap called Pete Royle.ReplyDelete