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Topic: Remember my post? an extra idea...
Message: Posted by: IAIN (Mar 28, 2008 02:30PM)
You may remember a post of mine a little while back, where I asked was there a market for putting out a book that didn't necessarily add anything mechanically to 13 steps and some annemann work, but was a book full of presentational slants instead - with a reference name for the original routine?


its still in the early stages, but I have a question for those who can be bothered...

would it work better to release it all in one book, or split up into seperate e-pamphlets, so you could just buy the bits you're interested in?

I've got loads on swami work y'see...and didn't know if certain steps/areas were more sort after than others...

Message: Posted by: Chris K (Mar 28, 2008 02:44PM)
Split it up.

This will allow those with some interest to wet their beaks without having to buy the whole kit and caboodle.

Then, after it is all released, depending on response, you release it all in one book.

Message: Posted by: martin king (Mar 28, 2008 03:10PM)
Allow people the option! Let them choose!

As Dave Dee in his UIS course points don't give them option to get it or to not get it, give them option as which one they want...(you see, there's no I don't want to get it (full stop) if you give them the option)

Warm regards from one English man (now living in France) to another English man living in, well...England (my home country...excuse me whilst I go away and cry due to being home sick)

Message: Posted by: Mik (Mar 28, 2008 07:02PM)
Abraxus sounds intriguing and I am interested, the pamphlet idea is great methinks.

More warm regards from an English man in the US.
Message: Posted by: IAIN (Mar 29, 2008 04:39AM)
As I write this, I'm wearing a bowler hat, eating marmite, smoking a pipe and feeling comfy in my pinstripe pyjamas...radio 2 is on, a crisp newspaper through my letterbox, and the smell of PG tips and HP sauce are in the kitchen...

I'm sure france is thoroughly lovely to live...i've not been since 1989 though...