“Mendocino in the Seventies” gets reviewed

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As readers of this blog know, in October we started following the success of Nick Wilson’s Blurb book, Mendocino in the Seventies. Not only has Nick been selling the book from his Web site, but has since sold out of his limited edition of 200 copies. He’s been on local radio (along with our CEO) promoting his book. But here’s a first: Nick just received his first book review. Mendocino bookseller and “Words on Books” radio guy Tony Miksak offers what we think is the first review ever of a Blurb book:

Reading ‘Mendocino In the Seventies’ is a bittersweet visit to a time we imagined could last forever, but was gone in the space of a decade or so.

Web promotion, radio promotion, and now a book review. Wow. We wish Nick continued success with his book.

Anyone else getting reviews on their Blurb books? If so, we want to know.

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  1. I think it’s worth mentioning that Mendocino In The Seventies is newly available to the public in the Blurb Bookstore at http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/31099

    Local demand has continued high enough that a reorder of 50 books delivered just today is gone already, and I’ve just ordered 50 more. Another bookstore in the area has just begun carrying the book in stock due to numerous requests for it. This is the most fun I’ve had in ages!

    I’ve also received numerous favorable comments on the printing and binding quality. Not just Tony Miksak in his review but others in the book business have observed that the books look as good as any other hard cover art book available in stores. Blurb delivers on “bookstore quality.”

      December 26, 2006 – 10:43 pm   Permalink
  2. Nick,

    Fantastic. Looks like a great time you captured for the rest of us to enjoy. Glad to see how fast it is selling. Wish we could get a little of that time back!

      August 10, 2007 – 2:20 pm   Permalink

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