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Just came across this interview with the author of a new PGF book.

 

Looks interesting I'll be ordering a copy tomorrow.

 

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Patterson-Gimlin

Thanks for sharing that. Seems very interesting. I Will check it out 

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hiflier

So counting the new book Daniel Perez posted that makes two new Sasquatch books. My own book, after a long wait in order to  save up some finances, will be going to the printer this week or next. I secured its ISBN number and barcode and am just waiting for the cover approval which is currently pending. I am pretty excited about this as it means I will actually have a small amount of initial copies to shop around some local book stores with. I will still be in the red on these first 25 books but if they go I will order another maybe larger batch.

 

 

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Daniel Perez

Hiflier: I would like to get information about your book for the Bigfoot Times. Newsletter is over twenty years old and we have nearly 900 members.

 

Daniel Perez

perez952@sbcglobal.net

 

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hiflier

Thank you, Daniel, very kind of you. I will send something along :) 

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Patterson-Gimlin
15 hours ago, hiflier said:

So counting the new book Daniel Perez posted that makes two new Sasquatch books. My own book, after a long wait in order to  save up some finances, will be going to the printer this week or next. I secured its ISBN number and barcode and am just waiting for the cover approval which is currently pending. I am pretty excited about this as it means I will actually have a small amount of initial copies to shop around some local book stores with. I will still be in the red on these first 25 books but if they go I will order another maybe larger batch.

 

 

Wow. Count me in. I am very interested in reading your book. I enjoy your posts and your politeness. 

 

 

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hiflier

I appreciate the kind words Patterson-Gimlin. And sure, counted in :) 

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VAfooter

Hiflier, give us a summary/overview of your book?

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hiflier

OK. The book is a quarter inch thick and a very dense 100 pages- It isn't a beach read- it's a manual with 20 chapters covering a variety of subjects related to planning and being in the field. The book revolves around the most unpleasant and highly controversial aspect of the Sasquatch subject: Namely, that unless a dead body or skeleton is found (which any hunter's first priority), then a live one should be brought in for science to study and verify. And BTW, if the eDNA tests from the Olympic Projects nesting site come back positive for an unknown North American primate? it would make me a lot of other people VERY happy. This is from the back cover:

 

"This book details the methods involved in the
endeavor to locate and bring the legendary
Sasquatch to the attention of science and the
world and in doing so secure its future
and that of its habitat. It takes a stark and
straightforward look at this mysterious
creature by first presenting some of the
descriptions of many of the characteristics
and mannerisms reported by witnesses. It
is hoped that this book will aid the serious
hunter in an altruistic quest for the revelation
of this elusive species so that it may take its
rightful place along side that of Man. Time is
running out for this creature called Sasquatch
and the window for presenting a voucher
specimen to science for study is shrinking.
This manual strives to help those whose
only goal is to secure forever the future of
these magnificent creatures along with the
beautiful environment in which they live."

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VAfooter

Hancock is very good when it comes to keeping older titles in circulation.

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hiflier

Excellent news, Mag, thanks. And yes, VAfooter, it is one of the things I have always liked about Hancock House.

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langfordbc
16 hours ago, VAfooter said:

Hancock is very good when it comes to keeping older titles in circulation.

 

But unfortunately not as good as they used to be for publishing new titles. They have been very scarce the last few years.

 

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