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Calling Christian Authonomites

Fr. Ambrose

first registered 14.05.11

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I have finished "Outpost of Glory" and soon hope to prepare it for publication. When it is published, I shall have to take it down from this site.

This is my last chance to solicit reads and crits from the Authonomy community.

"Outpost of Glory" is a series of reflections on ministry in a small congregation in a deprived urban area.

I would be very grateful for your reads and comments. I don't care about backing!

http://www.authonomy.com/books/43894/outpost-of-glory/


Posted: 30/06/2012 10:47:23

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Fr. Ambrose

first registered 14.05.11

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Posted: 30/06/2012 11:23:56

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Fr. Ambrose

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Please take a look: http://www.authonomy.com/books/43894/outpost-of-glory/

Posted: 30/06/2012 12:07:14

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Fr. Ambrose

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When it's gone, it's gone!

Posted: 30/06/2012 14:31:12

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Fr. Ambrose

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My understanding is that KDP Select requires that there be no other provision of the book for 90 days after initial publication of an e-book by them.

Posted: 30/06/2012 19:56:58

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Fr. Ambrose

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Posted: 30/06/2012 20:17:56

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AudreyB

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A bump for the good Father.

Posted: 30/06/2012 20:23:54

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PTingen

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I've had it on my watchlist but hadn't given it a look yet. Will do so shortly. Thanks for the warning! Smile

Posted: 30/06/2012 20:26:06

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Baccus

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Forgive me for playing the devil's advocate, but don't you want non-chistians to read your book, or do you think by targeted marketing, you will gain more sympathetic readers?

Posted: 30/06/2012 20:38:43

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Fr. Ambrose

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Forgive me for playing the devil's advocate, but don't you want non-chistians to read your book, or do you think by targeted marketing, you will gain more sympathetic readers? <nolink>close quotes</nolink>

Baccus
Your interest is of course welcome, but I'm not prepared to enter into a dispute over the essentials. This collection is specifically targeted at an audience that accepts those essentials. "The Holy Innocents", a previous work on Autho, was not.
Every good wish
Fr. A

Posted: 30/06/2012 21:04:26
Last Edit: 30/06/2012 21:09:14 by Fr. Ambrose

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