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Friday, May 18, 2012
Friday, May 11, 2012
Click on this link to preview the first six chapters of Jerusalem Falls on Amazon. If you do end up buying a copy, I hope you enjoy it. So far, the feedback has been very positive, and I think you won't be disappointed.
Barnes&Noble has the hardcover priced at $20.16, which is a steal for those who prefer hard cover books.
If you do read Jerusalem Falls, please consider posting a review at Amazon, or Barnes & Noble, or the book seller of your choice. Reader reviews are the key to ensuring that readers really know what they're buying.
Posted by Jack Dixon at 12:28 PM
Monday, May 7, 2012
Jerusalem Falls is now available in hard cover at Amazon, and soon at other book sellers. I'll be sending free signed copies to those who agreed to evaluate Part I prior to publishing, as soon as I receive them from the printer.
Here are the Amazon links to all editions:
If you read Jerusalem Falls, thank you in advance. Again, please consider posting an Amazon review when you're finished, to let other readers know what to expect.
Posted by Jack Dixon at 4:26 PM