Certainly not me. For you see, I have created a book:
I’m having a proof copy printed now, which hopefully will be in hand by the end of next week. Details on the acquisition of this tome (for those are interested) will be forthcoming, of course.
Edit: The proof was lovely, so it’s off to the printers. Stay tuned for further developments in the world of the vanity press.
11 thoughts on “Who says it’s a black Friday?”
Not black. Key.
I like how you generally don’t go more than four pages without an image. I am enticed by pretty pictures and they tend to draw me in and keep me on an article.
I’m looking forward to handing you some money for this great work. Thanks for doing this for us.
Nice! Hope it’s the first of many.
Man, making a book must be wonderful.
Nicely done. While the rest of us were getting fat, you were actually being productive. I’ll definitely be getting a copy when they come back from the printers.
You sir, have created a wonderful thing and I would like to show appreciation with my wallet.
I’m amazed at how fast this project is coming together. I look forward to seeing it in the flesh!
The king of coffee table literature right here.
I zoomed into this and all I could make out was Brave Fencer Musashi.
Can’t wait. I’ve been trying to track down a copy of “Family Computer: 1983-1994” for ages now, but this will do nicely (not that it’s the same, but how many retro game coffee table books does one need?)
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