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Wednesday, 30 May 2018

The Madasahatta Campaign book ... has been published!

THE MADASAHATTA CAMPAIGN has been published and is now available for purchase from Lulu.com.


The book should be on sale from other online booksellers such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble within a matter of weeks.

THE MADASAHATTA CAMPAIGN was originally devised and written by Eric Knowles and has been edited (with additions) by Bob Cordery. It is published in hardback by Eglinton Books and costs £14.99 (ISBN 978 0 244 38509 5).

9 comments:

  1. Still having to use the 'Notify me' option to get email notifications of comments!

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    1. Stopped trying - these days when I open blogger I just go straight to the Comments heading to see what's new.

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    2. Rob Young,

      According to TamsinP, Blogger has finally recognised that there is a problem, and is promising a 'fix' in the near future.

      All the best,

      Bob

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    3. For what it's worth this appeared on the Blogger Help Forum on 29 May:

      "We're currently tweaking our emailing system, but we expect it to be working again within the next week. Thank you for your patience - we look forward to getting it out soon!"

      So the near future should arrive by 5 or 6 June (but don't hold your breath).

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    4. Mike Hall,

      It is good news ... but in my opinion it has taken them a bit too long to react.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  2. Ordered my copy. Will see it in about two weeks.

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    1. Justin Penwith,

      I hope you enjoy reading it when it arrives!

      All the best,

      Bob

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  3. Ordering one tomorrow, thinking of using it as a basis for an ALL QUITE ON THE MARTIAN FRONT campaign, might be interesting.

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    1. Don M,

      The book contains the background to the campaign, copies of the campaign newspaper, sections of the map, and various sections that recount memories of the campaign and the one that followed it. It also has some details about the fantasy figures and rules that Eris and his son Bill created.

      All the best,

      Bob

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