The continuing story of my book...

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cartfc wrote: 15 Mar 2018, 19:14Looks good. Now where do I find the password for the members only area, given that I am a member!?
It's in the Journal, on the Editorial/Contents page.
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Rumblestrip wrote: 14 Mar 2018, 16:26
Oh and perhaps it's worth pointing out that if anyone is tempted by this and is going to WMMMS this weekend you might want to put off purchasing til after the show.

I can't guarantee it at the moment, but I should be there with a limited number of copies (all with a corner tastefully creased by WV's poor packaging) selling for £8 each, which is basically the same as the discount but you don't pay P&P.
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Not going to WMMMS today. There's four or more inches of snow with more forecast and the roads are not cleared. Too risky. Sorry to disappoint anyone.

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Interesting...
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Phil_Gray_260 wrote: 05 Apr 2018, 19:18 Interesting...
Eh?
Sorry Phil, what's interesting? My book, WMMMS, four inches of snow three weeks ago? :?
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Didn't mean to be delphic.

The book. On two counts:

Superficially, when I first read your title I associated it with the east front WW2 rules by Barrie Lovell with a very similar name.

Substantially because its one of my enduring areas of interest, and I have now bought it via Wargames Vault.

4 inches of snow just adds to the east front theme...
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Aah okay. Yes I found the rules just after I put together the book. I figured they were different enough not to cause too much confusion.

Hope you enjoy the book. If so, a second review on WV would be most welcome/appreciated.

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When ive had the opportunuty to try them out i'll sort something out.
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