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Off to Print
Written by Tom Rafiner   
Saturday, 16 October 2010 08:26
On Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 4:40 p.m. Caught Between Three Fires was sent to print.  Later this week I should receive an author copy of the softback and the hardback.  After I approve the book will be available to purchase at XLibris.  Within six to eight weeks it will be available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble on their websites.  I have my first book signing scheduled for November 20, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. in Harrisonville.  The timing is perfect and we are excited about being able to sell copies in November and December.  Will keep you posted on the dates and locations of future book signings.
 
Still Waiting on Manuscript
Written by Tom Rafiner   
Monday, 04 October 2010 18:12
Today is October 4, 2010.  There were some glitches with the manuscript and I sent corrections over the weekend.  Hopefully, this week we will be able to give a green light to the printers.
 
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Written by Tom Rafiner   
Saturday, 25 September 2010 08:12

Currently, three speaking engagements in and around the Kansas City area are on the calendar.

September 27, 2010:  Shawnee Historical Society (Luncheon)
September 28, 2010:  Sons of Confederate Veterans - Johnson County, Kansas (Evening)
January 21, 2010:  Topeka Genealogy Society (Evening)

Please contact Tom for details.

 
Almost There
Written by Tom Rafiner   
Saturday, 25 September 2010 07:38
GETTING CLOSE!  Today, September 25, 2010, I am awaiting a new galley manuscript from XLibris which may be the final.  If everything goes well I will be able to send a signoff and have the manuscript moved to printing.  Caught Between Three Fires would then be available in early to late November.  Keep your fingers crossed.

Tom
 
Near the End
Written by Tom Rafiner   
Thursday, 16 September 2010 20:46
Last night September 15, 2010 I sent the last edit to XLibris at 10:39 p.m.  We will be waiting for the next four or five days until a galley manuscript arrives for us to review.  It is exciting and a little scary to be this far along.  The book is near.  Once the galley is complete and I approve it printed books will be available in five or six weeks - if things go well.

Tom Rafiner
 
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