Good Orderly Direction just got an update for the distribution service:

“The book Good Orderly Direction is now published to Barnes & Noble and can be viewed here.

Here is the status of this book at all sales channels selected by you:

  • Amazon Published on July 29, 2013, 10:45 p.m.
  • Apple Submitted to Distributor on July 29, 2013, 12:27 p.m.
  • Barnes & Noble Published on July 30, 2013, 4:15 a.m.
  • Kobo Requested Listing on July 29, 2013, 11:12 a.m.”

So we’re waiting for word from iBookstore and Kobo; up and live on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Hardcopy through Amazon.

The changes for the Sponsor Magazine domain should be sorted out shortly – probably by September. The pointer page (see previous entry) has links to ALL the previous releases for free thru Archive.Com. 

And Good Orderly Direction will be available as a free download with the new domain and home page. eBooks are 99-cents.



ePub release

Good Orderly Direction, the Program of Action is a essay on the Actions required for the Steps. It is now available from Amazon Kindle for 99-cents. It will shortly be able beyond the US and priced thru local currencies.


Good Orderly Direction Cover

A few choice @%@#! words

Found a typo in the printed copy of GOOD ORDERLY DIRECTION. Went back and it is is the summary, too. Not even a misspelled word. A digit. The digit 2 appeared in one place that it does not belong, And it was in the body of the text, the summary at the back of the book, and in the PDF of the summary posted online.

All have been corrected.

The book will be unavailable, probably until tomorrow afternoon. 

Adjustment to the App

Well, THAT is annoying.

I have been using the Sponsor Magazine App with the pocket format to read along in meetings. I’ve been reading from the cell phone. I also tried with the tablet and discovered the app only works when you can make a web connection – so it i sn’t really an app at all. It is a container for their webpage and, like a web page, must be read from the server.

But it is free and that’s what we can afford just now.

But we know about the limitation. This may be the best contact we have for a while to come.