Great News – The print book of Dear Codebreaker is available to buy on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. For those in the UK you can buy a signed copy.
Find out more here, with links to all your purchasing needs.
The book has actually been available since the beginning of August, but I’ve still lots of work to do on the bonus website so I have not really promoted the book to give me more time to sort some of the technical issues.
The website works fine and there is some content there but the main purpose of www.dearcodebreaker.com is to offer copies of the original letters and photographs in zoomable format. Unfortunately there are a few problems getting the zoomable software to work.
The bonus website is an evolution, with regular updates of more content but I wanted there to be more of the original letters from the start.
However, never fear, it does not detract from your enjoyment of the book or from how proud I am of it. It looks great, reads great and I’m getting some brilliant feedback from readers. It is such a wonderful insight into two lives, especially during World War 2.
The ebook version (mobi & epub) will be available in about a week. Watch this space.
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Have you read your copy of Dear Codebreaker? What do you think?
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