If it was made via the link maker here...yes.KCFoggin said:Thanks for the link. I just ordered it.
Have a question though. Does the board still get credit when I've ordered it through a link placed in a thread? Just wondering about that.
Last night Betsy announced a book club in April for Gone For a Soldier.FearNot said:Jeff, what does that mean- "Sailor's book is signed.."?
Jeff,Jeff said:Last night Betsy announced a book club in April for Gone For a Soldier.
Sailor got it within a couple of hours without even reading the book and Teresa (screen name tlshaw) got it soon after. Teresa gave me her mailing address but Sailor refused so I'm teasing her.
The current question is: Who did Mademoiselle Nannette Balletti work for in France and why?Beth A said:An how do we get a signed copy lol j/k
They're no longer orphans, Sherlock..... you have kindly adopted them. Think of them as just being in transit from the orphanage to your loving home...... hopefully soon for you!! They are no longer sad.... they are excited to be finally getting a wonderful, new home so the remaining wait is well worth it.Sherlock said:I couldn't resist.........I just 1-clicked on this one. It sounds so good. Now all I need is notification that my Kindle is shipping. I hope it's sooooooon. All my books are sitting in limbo like little orphans.
I'm waiting for the Book Klub. In the meantime, I'm reading Jeff's other book. The Treasure of La Malinche. When you finish Gone for a Soldier, you should read that one.Beth A said:Just wanted to bump this up. As I am still reading this and loving it. Due to work being kind of crazy, I haven't had a lot of time, but am about 2/3rds of the way through and enjoying every minute I get with it. If you enjoy historical's, you really should try this one!