Backyard Deer Hunting: Converting deer to dinner for pennies per pound became available on July 20, for purchase at the AuthorHouse.com website, at Amazon .com and the first books are being sent to bookstores. The softcover book has a suggested retail of $19.95, but AuthorHouse offers a discount for books bought directly from its site. Within a few days the electronic version of the book will also be available. Orders placed now should be delivered in three-to-four days. The easiest way to order is to go to www.authorhouse.com, click on the bookstore box on the upper right of the page and follow directions. You can request the book from your local bookstore by supplying the ISBN 9781438984186. This will make it easy for the clerk to order the book for you if they have not stocked it. The electronic version of the book will soon be available for on-line purchase from AuthorHouse. The price for this version of the book will be $7.99, which will allow for two down-loads.
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Glad I came back to this site some new very interesting items which I wanted to know more about. Great work on your site.
I am glad that you liked the visit. I mostly work with wild game and not-often-eaten fish like carp, which you have, and gar which you do not have.
One thing that I do with my books, as you observed, is to include practical recipes than anyone can cook. It is intimidating to take on a swan or wild turkey if you have never tried one before or even seen it done. I try to get people ready to do that.
In about a month, the book should be in the usual distribution networks and it may be ordered from Amazon.com un the U.K. In the meantime, it can be obtained from the AuthorHouse website. They have a UK presence too. Go to the site and hit the bookstore box, search and you should be able to place an order.
One of my dishes that I developed is a deer-sausage sweet potato mix which I serve either hot or cold with a splash of maple syrup.
Thanks for your interest
Wm. Hovey Smith
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