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    Pre-order completed! Got to use some of my Amazon.com gift certificates left over from Xmas!
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    Thank you Mr. Anchell, I will consider buying it even though never got to use the second edition I have. If I continue with film, it is my safety net for when I will not be able to buy bottled chemicals locally.
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    Excellent, sounds like an interesting read indeed. Apparently Christmas comes in September this year.

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    I've pre-ordered.

    It's great to see a book like this coming out right now. Just a couple of days ago I was picking up some supplies from the ever shrinking darkroom section at B&H and the staff seemed a bit morose and apologetic that fewer and fewer items were on the shelves. A new book is good news.
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    I would like to point out to everyone that how well the Cookbook sells will be a prime indicator of interest in the darkroom. If it does well it will send a message to publishers, magazine editors, and equipment manufacturers that there is still a market for silver.

    Publishing companies closely follow established indicators. One is how well a book does in pre-sales. A second is how well in does in the first two weeks. I urge you to do whatever you can to encourage your associates and APUG members to purchase a copy so that we are heard load and clear.
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    Your local indie bookseller can pre-order it too, by the way. Just give them the title, publisher (focal press), and the author, the ISBN helps too (978-0-240-81055-3).
    Last edited by bdial; 08-29-2008 at 08:19 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: typo

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    Thank you for that. I am a big proponent of supporting local businesses. If you cannot find it at a local bookstore you can order it from Amazon. They already have it discounted!
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    Steve;

    I know how hard it is to write a book and get it to press.

    I wish you all the best and I hope that you are richly rewarded for your efforts.

    Kudos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    Your local indie bookseller can pre-order it too, by the way. Just give them the title, publisher (focal press), and the author, the ISBN helps too (978-0-240-81055-3).
    As in Toadstool? I'll probably get to the Milford store this weekend to order it - thanks for the ISBN info Barry

    I have the first edition.. + all the corrections.. I think I'm more than ready for the third. Thank you Steve, for both the additions to this third addition and letting us know what they are.
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    Yep, as in Toadstool. I'm planning a visit by one of them this weekend to do the same. Two orders on the same weekend for Darkroom Cookbook ought to freak them out a bit

    A little off topic, but the Peterborough store has Christopher James's The book of Alternative Photographic Processes on the shelf.

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