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Discussion in 'WWII General' started by IanLahey, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. IanLahey

    IanLahey New Member

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    I wanted to thank WWII Forum members for their help in providing me with pictures and information. I am now promoting the book, titled "The 45th Nail" which will be (hopefully) in print in December. I'd like to ask the admins if I have can post a link to the book website or at least the book FB page. I am requesting permission, motivated by the fact that the book itself exists also because of the generous help I got from this group. The genre is historical fiction, based on interviews collected by my dad around Italy in the 80's and verified for accuracy by me in this group (among others).
     
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    Otto Spambot Nemesis Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Ian, I'm always happy to support authors, especially WW2 authors. Please feel free to post links to your book. If you want any support or guidance, please send me an email at the address in my signature. Heck, send me an email anyways, and I'll do what I can for you.
     
  3. IanLahey

    IanLahey New Member

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    Thank you Otto.

    The book website is www.45thnail.com and the FB page is www.facebook.com/45thnail/

    We hope to go into pre-ordering soon and have the book out in December in time for Christmas.

    I'm also pasting the link to the book trailer here. Whatever you can do to give more visibility will be immensely appreciated.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jjVnxs70M8
     
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    IanLahey New Member

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    To follow up, the Kindle version is now available on Amazon while the printed book should be out by Dec. 10th.
     
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