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Several of you folks on Trapperman have requested this book. I finally got copies from the publisher 2 days ago. All I have are paperbacks. With a padded envelope and shipping charges, they are $23. Please PM me if interested. Too, I think they are available through Barnes and Noble, Amazon, etc.

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Thanks

Jack

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I can't wait ! Remember to sign mine, please smile

I've been wanting this from you ever since I have had the pleasure of you being my friend .

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Finally !!!!!!! More learning and laughing !


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save me a signed copy, Jackson!

not sure I still have your address...pm me.

Thanks!


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Gotta have a signed copy for sure!

Yes! PM'ed.

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I need mine signed also please )))


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Will there be a hard cover edition?


Eh...wot?

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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Will there be a hard cover edition?



Lugnut -

Yes, the publisher says there is one, along with a kindle version. All I've seen are the paperbacks. I'm assuming the hardback can be ordered from Trafford Press, Barnes and Noble, or Amazon, but I've not yet seen it. If and when I get some copies, I'll let people know.

Thanks for asking.

Jack

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Sent pm as well. Awesome!

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Originally Posted by Gulo
Originally Posted by Lugnut
Will there be a hard cover edition?



Lugnut -

Yes, the publisher says there is one, along with a kindle version. All I've seen are the paperbacks. I'm assuming the hardback can be ordered from Trafford Press, Barnes and Noble, or Amazon, but I've not yet seen it. If and when I get some copies, I'll let people know.

Thanks for asking.

Jack


Thanks for the reply Jack. I did find hard cover editions online. I wouldn't mind having a signed hardback. I'll wait a bit and see if you get some. I'm down to eight or ten books in my ""to be read" stack right now so I can hold out for a little while.


Eh...wot?

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Many thanks Lugnut. I'll sure let you know when I get some copies. Much appreciate your interest, sir.

Jack

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I just bought the kindle edition--man, authors must not get much per book at those prices.

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Originally Posted by Dr. Fur
I just bought the kindle edition--man, authors must not get much per book at those prices.


I'm probably not a good author to answer that question. However, in my case, I'll never sell enough books to break even. I'm only hoping I can provide a few chuckles or provide some interesting musings for some readers. I suspect well-known authors with agents, publicists, lawyers, advertisements, and willing to do book-signings, etc., might do quite well. I guess I'd rather be trapping or fishing...


Jack

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Originally Posted by Gulo
Originally Posted by Dr. Fur
I just bought the kindle edition--man, authors must not get much per book at those prices.


I'm probably not a good author to answer that question. However, in my case, I'll never sell enough books to break even. I'm only hoping I can provide a few chuckles or provide some interesting musings for some readers. I suspect well-known authors with agents, publicists, lawyers, advertisements, and willing to do book-signings, etc., might do quite well. I guess I'd rather be trapping or fishing...


Jack



The accomplishment of one's life story articulated is far more valuable than money.

Yes funding , breaking even, or a bit of profit gained is of value also, but not even a blip on radar compared to the priceless treasure of having someone's life accomplishments and experiences in hand to share with them and enjoy.

Especially someone as unique in perspective and world travels in studies of so much life , as Jack.

I know there are many very wealthy people who's dreams come alive in reading true life stories or movies about those whom they admire, and in another life, wish they could share in the adventures. I have illustrated their journals published in magazines, and books.

A life story in hand....feel the pulse of priceless gems.

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Thanks Sharon. You always seem to put things in perfect perspective.

Jack

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I'll need a signed copy to go with your other books i have!

Just tell me how to pay, PayPal?


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PM headed your way, Mike.

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Jack, I would take a signed one as well. Let me know how you want payment. Thanks, Bob.

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PM'd you, Bob...

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How many books have you written Jack ?


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Originally Posted by cbat
How many books have you written Jack ?


This is only the third actual book. All three are wildly different from each other. I've written chapters for other books, usually dealing with wildlife management or certain species (wolves, wolverines, mink). Twenty or so articles for FFG and other outlets. I have a few more books in various stages of completion. I'd really like to finish another novel (at 250 pages and about three years of effort right now, adventure in the Russian taiga), a book on North American marten, and toying with putting together a field guide-type book on Idaho herpetofauna.

On the other hand, I'm a field biologist, not really an author.

Jack

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Can't wait to get mine Jack! Check is in the mail sir.


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Thank you Mark. Your book blasted out of my little local post office this morning. grin

Jack

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Looking forward to getting mine as well as the knives too Mr. Jack. I put the check in the mail this morning.

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Originally Posted by Gulo
Originally Posted by cbat
How many books have you written Jack ?


This is only the third actual book. All three are wildly different from each other. I've written chapters for other books, usually dealing with wildlife management or certain species (wolves, wolverines, mink). Twenty or so articles for FFG and other outlets. I have a few more books in various stages of completion. I'd really like to finish another novel (at 250 pages and about three years of effort right now, adventure in the Russian taiga), a book on North American marten, and toying with putting together a field guide-type book on Idaho herpetofauna.

On the other hand, I'm a field biologist, not really an author.

Jack




This book description needs some more expounding in detail....these books are more, way more than the unique field biologist's technical entries, fascinating as those studies are, all in themselves.

In one book, his talents in the art of description flow in his book of poetry woven into stories of his experiences.

In another, the adventures of a man in the wilderness that makes the reader rein in patience in a mighty way to not rush ahead , in their anticipation of what is next to happen. A story of triumph and tears.

And now this third book ....a combo of life, studies, garnished with humor, with Jack's own unique and rare perspective on his mighty ride of life.

His clarity in experiences so well described in details , as to make a movie in full colour run in your mind as you read.


On the surface....face to the wind....

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Jack, do you make more on direct purchases, or online through a major retailer?

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Originally Posted by 30/06
Jack, do you make more on direct purchases, or online through a major retailer?


The previous book, The Last Hunt, I made more on each sale from Amazon and other online places. It didn't matter if it was Kindle, paperback, or hardbound, it was just about a dollar per book. With me purchasing the book in volume, then turning around and selling them directly, I was netting about $0.74 a copy. As mentioned earlier, I don't have a publicist or an agent or an attorney, and I'm a poor salesman. I enjoy the writing, and I hope someday to break even on the financial end. Because the only advertisement I get is word-of-mouth, I doubt if I'll ever recoup my initial costs of the books.

If success as an author is measured in pennies and dollars, I'm a complete failure.

Jack

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A hearty thank you to all that've PM'd me about the new book. It is much appreciated.

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Originally Posted by Gulo
Originally Posted by 30/06
Jack, do you make more on direct purchases, or online through a major retailer?


The previous book, The Last Hunt, I made more on each sale from Amazon and other online places. It didn't matter if it was Kindle, paperback, or hardbound, it was just about a dollar per book. With me purchasing the book in volume, then turning around and selling them directly, I was netting about $0.74 a copy. As mentioned earlier, I don't have a publicist or an agent or an attorney, and I'm a poor salesman. I enjoy the writing, and I hope someday to break even on the financial end. Because the only advertisement I get is word-of-mouth, I doubt if I'll ever recoup my initial costs of the books.

If success as an author is measured in pennies and dollars, I'm a complete failure.

Jack


You and me both. My total income from writing is less than $10k.

So far.

Jim


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Yeah, I'm convinced that in the book-selling arena, it takes money to make money. Advertising, traveling to "book signings", and probably a professional publicist, are obligatory to make any real money. Your income, "probably less than $10k" is different than mine. My net is "probably less than $10" (forget the "k").

Jack

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I'm talking about income over a 25-year period. Won a contest and award with cash attached on an early story, and sold some later fiction for 7-8 cents per word. Pretty paltry pay for the amount of work involved.

I've finished a novel recently and am now looking for an agent. My impression is that only big names have publicists. All of these people take a cut of your advance and royalties.

Good luck on sales of your new book. I'd like to get a copy too, and will PM you.

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Jack !!

PING !!!

I received your lovely book !

Thank you , and for signing it and sentiments.

I had to immediately skim through it.

I can see right now , I am in for a full colour video movie playing in my mind as I read. And no doubt, times that I will need to reign myself in to a disciplined dressage trot, like a collected horse, making myself not get in a hurry to read, to find out what happens next.

It will sit proudly on my office desk, right by some art tools and my next greatest book I've been in the midst of reading, Mark Levin's American Marxism.

I will take turns reading them both , in careful portions.


One phrase caught my eye ...interestingly, as I skimmed....your love of flight....isn't just a means of transportation ...but beauty craved and never taken for granted ....how fitting for me to catch that phrase , out of all this book, just flipping pages, not 10 minutes after opening the package. I miss flying all the time, as you do. Not a day goes by I don't look upon my jagged mountain peaks, the dimension of sweeping U valleys, and see myself in a plane or chopper way up there.

Thank you, sir Jack, for such a fine life story.




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I received my book also. Thank you very much Jack.

I have to say that even though I did a bit of editing on this book and tried to repair all the grammatical errors and at least some of the gross exaggerations laugh I must admit that I enjoyed it even more the second time !

Lots of knowledge and many belly laughs in this little gem. Just like sitting at the kitchen table with Jack. The only thing missing was the glass of rye.

Thanks again Jack !!


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Jack, Thank You so much for my copy. Just looked at the pictures so far. I am sure I will enjoy the stories in Russia. Thanks for being such a good friend!!

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Thank you Mr. Gulo! Like Randy above, I have only leafed through it, but am really looking forward to reading it.


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PM'd you Jack. Would love a copy also, signed of course!


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I just finished reading it Jack. Was really enjoyable . I can relate to the Plastic Lake story. Seems we pick up more and more of other peoples trash around here.


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Jack, in your busy schedule do you think you could get the laborer guy on your cabin to write a book of short stories of his like in interior Alaska?
I believe he has enough anecdotes to fill a volume and make it funny and interesting.

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White17 has enough stories that several volumes of yarns could be spun. I too wish he'd take the time to write these down and put together a book; sort of a primer for real bush living. Sort of Steinbeck-esque? Perhaps something like "Of Marten and Men"?

Jack

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I agree, White is a fantastic writer.

Ten or fifteen years ago he posted a story here on Tman about a passage along the coast of British Colombia. It was an outstanding story. I even printed it out and read it to my kids. I lost the original printout and some years ago I ask him to post it again. He did and I still have that copy...somewhere...I think...

The other short stories he has occasionally posted here are of equal high quality.

If he would compile them into book form I could stick it in my library know where they are at all times!


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Of Marten and Men grin Love it Jack.


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Originally Posted by Gulo
trapr -

White17 has enough stories that several volumes of yarns could be spun. I too wish he'd take the time to write these down and put together a book; sort of a primer for real bush living. Sort of Steinbeck-esque? Perhaps something like "Of Marten and Men"?

Jack



LOL ! "Of Marten and Men" LOL !!

Maybe even ......"Sleet Thursday".... laugh

The truth is I can't afford to publish a book.


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