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My baseball history book to be published by the History Press in March

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  • DTF955
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    That is awesome, congratulations!

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  • Victory Faust
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    Originally posted by Y4L View Post
    Congratulations sir and I will be purchasing this!
    I appreciate it. I'm eager to hear what you think.

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  • Victory Faust
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    Originally posted by 1954 Phils View Post
    Congratulations on getting your baseball book about the Detroit Tigers published. According to amazon.com, it's in-store date, where it became available for purchase by the public, was Monday, March 2, which was six days ago. Plus you've had two true-crime books published. You must be a very talented writer.
    Thanks! My mom thinks so!!

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  • 1954 Phils
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    Congratulations on getting your baseball book about the Detroit Tigers published. According to amazon.com, it's in-store date, where it became available for purchase by the public, was Monday, March 2, which was six days ago. Plus you've had two true-crime books published. You must be a very talented writer.

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  • Victory Faust
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    The book is available now if anyone is interested. I'd love to hear your review:

    https://www.amazon.com/Detroit-Tiger...3532309&sr=8-1

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  • Y4L
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    Congratulations sir and I will be purchasing this!

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  • 1905 Giants
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    I'm in. Congrats.

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  • ol' aches and pains
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    I assume Ron Leflore will have a chapter. Can't wait to read this.

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  • wes_kahn
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    Congratulations, and I highly admire you for doing this. Any journalist that writes a book on baseball history will always have a place in my heart. Did you do a chapter on Mickey Lolich committing the crime of abuse? How many tummies did he abuse through the years with his donuts.

    I hope being robbed of the 1967 pennant is also discussed as a crime. That other stuff that happened in 67 and 68 were just remodeling projects.

    The biggest crime of all was demolishing Tiger Stadium. That ripped the heart out of the area. Comerica is super dull.

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  • stejay
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    Congratulations, I look forward to reading it!

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  • Toledo Inquisition
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    This is excellent, congrats!

    Would you prefer us to buy from Amazon, or some other site? I know different authors have different perspectives of profit margin vs. visibility/rankings.

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  • bluesky5
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    That's awesome man. Happy for you.

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  • Honus Wagner Rules
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    Congrats Victory Faust! I'll have to check out your book.

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  • TonyK
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    Congratulations!

    TonyK, author of https://www.amazon.com/Young-John-Mc...ef=sr_1_1?crid

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  • Chadwick
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    Congratulations!

    I can only assume Denny McLain is one of the featured players?

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