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Old 02-12-2018, 12:27 PM
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Why do you need a kick start?

One assumes no publisher is interested in the theory, at least not enough to publish it. Is that correct?

It is cheap and easy to self publish these days. Why are you not doing that as I aim to do?


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I think a book on this subject would at least put Vincent as a suspect to bed once and for all. Once the book has been seen and critiqued then the matter will be settled for all to see. If people want to pay toward the Kickstarter campaign then that's up to them really.

I do agree that this should have been marketed as theory to test rather than a 'case closed - crime solved' book again!
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Why do you need a kick start?

One assumes no publisher is interested in the theory, at least not enough to publish it. Is that correct?

It is cheap and easy to self publish these days. Why are you not doing that as I aim to do?


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The difference being Steve that your book will be based on research, the weighing up of evidence, consideration of events that actually happened and a sense of balance. Oh and yes I almost forgot.....it wonít have a suspect that wasnít even in the country at the time
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I think a book on this subject would at least put Vincent as a suspect to bed once and for all. Once the book has been seen and critiqued then the matter will be settled for all to see. If people want to pay toward the Kickstarter campaign then that's up to them really.

I do agree that this should have been marketed as theory to test rather than a 'case closed - crime solved' book again!
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Why do you need a kick start?

One assumes no publisher is interested in the theory, at least not enough to publish it. Is that correct?

It is cheap and easy to self publish these days. Why are you not doing that as I aim to do?


Yours IN all seriousness

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In his previous threads (2014??) he told us all about his search for a publisher and agent, kept telling us he had one or was on the brink of signing a contract, now, 4 years down the track, same old, same old.
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The difference being Steve that your book will be based on research, the weighing up of evidence, consideration of events that actually happened and a sense of balance. Oh and yes I almost forgot.....it wonít have a suspect that wasnít even in the country at the time
And if a glaring problem, like dead dogs or travel, are pointed out Iím sure Steve will either concede them or present reasonable arguments.

And Iím actually looking forward to Steveís
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And if a glaring problem, like dead dogs or travel, are pointed out Iím sure Steve will either concede them or present reasonable arguments.

And Iím actually looking forward to Steveís
Me too GUT. Iíll expect a signed copy though
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Why do you need a kick start?

One assumes no publisher is interested in the theory, at least not enough to publish it. Is that correct?

It is cheap and easy to self publish these days. Why are you not doing that as I aim to do?


Yours IN all seriousness

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Hi el
What are you writing a book on?
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It gets worse folks Vincent wrote all the letters, seems like every single one of them.
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Me too GUT. Iíll expect a signed copy though

Given that it's an Ebook I will add a signature for you on the first blank page. If it ever goes real of course a signed copy


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