Crater Book Now Shipping

Update: Just learned that 426 copies have been sold thus far. Not bad.  Word on the street is that the SCV purchased copies for all camp commanders.

Just a quick note to say thanks to all of you who have written emails congratulating me on the release of Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder.  It’s incredibly humbling to know that folks are paying good money for my book so I do hope you enjoy it.  The book is now shipping from all major distributors, including Amazon.  I would love to get a review or two up on the Amazon page at some point soon.  Let me know what you like and what you don’t like.

Thanks again, everyone. :-)

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10 thoughts on “Crater Book Now Shipping

  1. Jim Dick

    Wouldn’t it be funny if you made the best seller list thanks to them buying the book and giving you plenty of additional and free publicity so that others buy the book?

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    1. Kevin Levin Post author

      I won’t hold my breadth for a best seller list, but I hope it is read by folks in the SCV. I know plenty of very reasonable folks in the SCV. Unfortunately, their organization’s reputation is at the mercy of the current leadership.

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  2. Bryan Cheeseboro

    “Word on the street is that the SCV purchased copies for all camp commanders.”

    What street is that? Monument Avenue in Richmond?

    Sorry, I just couldn’t resist. :-)

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        1. Forester

          I can’t believe Mort Kunstler hasn’t done a painting of Lee reading the Bible. Maybe he realized its potential for parody?

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  3. Forester

    I swear I will buy this as soon as I have some spare cash. College currently has me wiped out, paying most of my fall tuition on credit cards and leaving $23 in my bank account (while I still owe $200 from spring classes). But when I can … probably Sep. or Oct, I will buy and read this book. I’ve been waiting for it to come out.

    And you never know, it might sway some of the SCV radical types who read it. And even if it doesn’t, no publicity is bad publicity.

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