Titanic: Monument and Warning.

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Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Dave Gittins » Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:26 am

With the centenary getting close, it's time for some self-promotion.

My Titanic e-book, Titanic: Monument and Warning is still very much available.

It is still possibly the fullest general account of the Titanic affair, especially its aftermath, with very full accounts of both inquiries and the SOLAS convention.

Purchasers get access to secret pages giving small corrections and updates, including the remarkable story of a skipper who could have shown Captain Smith a thing or two about abandoning ship.

Members and visitors to this forum can get it at a special price at this URL.

http://titanicebook.com/special.html

The e-book has unique features that cannot be imitated in a printed book. See the online demonstration. It works on any version of Windows and Internet Explorer.
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Dave Gittins » Mon Mar 12, 2012 4:56 am

Those who have my e-book are invited to go to the secret Corrections and Updates page, where they will find new research on the Ypiranga episode. If you've lost the URL let me know.

You don't get that with a dead tree book!
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Dave Gittins » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:24 am

I've just noticed that I had inadvertently left a notice on my site saying that sales were suspended while I was at sea. This has now been corrected. I am open for business.
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Aly Jones » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:29 am

I don't know how to use pay-pal sadly :( If your book is on Amazon.com I can buy it from there.
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Dave Gittins » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:45 am

It's perfectly easy. Just get your credit card handy then click on the link to PayPal on the top right of the page. It will cost you nothing in fees. PayPal notifies me of payment and I send the e-book off PDQ.
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Dave Gittins » Wed May 30, 2012 3:05 am

Has anybody had trouble using PayPal to purchase my e-book?

I've been notified of a problem caused by errors on my web page. These have now been fixed, so punish the plastic!
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Re: Titanic: Monument and Warning.

Postby Aly Jones » Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:53 am

I hope you sorted it out Dave. Ill might be able to purchase your book on Wednesday, ill let you know if I have difficulties on your end.
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