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Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by house, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. house

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    Several months back after hearing about the plans for publishing this book by Craig Payne I was keen to support it and was interested to see what it might become.
    However, I have been disappointed with the lack of communication around the project status, and with the estimated date of finish more than 12 months ago I'm sure other backers as well as myself would appreciate some more information as we await the final publication.
    Having waited this long already, I'm still happy to wait further but it would be great to have at least occasional updates/chapter teasers/pics etc to keep the supporters involved in the lengthy process of book publishing.
    Regards
    Rory Weightman
     
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