By Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman
We’re thrilled to have received some questions at SpiesArmageddon@gmail.com
and through Twitter where we are @SpiesArmageddon—including folks asking where the book can be ordered. Well, official publication date is July 9, 2012, so no one’s supposed to have our book until then. But it can be ordered now!
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In the new world of publishing, including websites that have truly transformed the books industry, the roll-out of a new product is not perfectly predictable. But, to let you in on the process, here is the state of play.
First, we don’t mind sharing with you the decision by Levant Books, and we agree, to dispense with the expensive hardcover book stage. We believe there are some urgent issues and revelations in our book, and we wanted to make it available as widely, affordably, and quickly as we could. So Spies Against Armageddon will be a paperback right away—and an ebook, in all the various forms of ebooks.
At Amazon.com the paperback of Spies Against Armageddon can now be pre-ordered, for delivery on the publication date: http://amzn.to/MyVmTQ
We expect that the ebook version for Kindle will also be at Amazon, any day now.
At BN.com our book is now available as an ebook for the Nook, and we hope you will find $7.55 to be an attractive price: http://bit.ly/MsYwqY .
An interesting ebook site called eBookPie.com has our book, readable on most any computer or smartphone, at: http://bit.ly/LqInPn
You will also see there our previous book, about U.S.-Israel relations, called Friends In Deed.
Another ebook site we can recommend is Kobo, which has a strong following in Europe. Our books are at: http://bit.ly/Opocrf
Thank you for your interest, and as authors we are finding the new world of publishing quite interesting. We hope you’ll see us in the media, discussing Israeli espionage, the West’s confrontation with Iran’s nuclear program, and other Middle East issues, starting around July 9.
June 27, 2012