Please click on the covers to take you to the CreateSpace download pages
"Price is what you pay, value is what you gain in knowledge"
As an author, I am not a great fan of paper books. They are expensive and carry great financial risk to me if they don’t sell since I must carry the costs of printing them. Therefore I have always flatly refused all "offers” from publishing houses to print them on my behalf and will keep on doing so in the future. I am not interested in silly publishing contracts that are so one sided that you must be insane or desperate to sign them. Unlike most authors, I know the law and contracts. On the other hand, I noted that many readers want paper copies of my books and so I obliged. Therefore, you can now order them online – click below on the book cover you want in paper and it will take you to the download link where you need to follow the instructions. How it works is what is known as “print on demand” and the printing is done by CreateSpace which is a reputable Amazon company. You order your book via them (vastly more expensive than the e-publishing copies but in line with other books of that genre) and it is printed and delivered to you a few days later. Note please, you also pay for the delivery costs so be sure to reckon that into your calculations (they will tell you how much) and you pay by credit card. If you are unhappy with the printing quality (it is as good as any other book) you may return it to CreateSpace but be sure to read their terms and conditions, this is not in my hands and I cannot be held liable. The books are anything between 305 (Code Name Foxtrot) to 565 pages (Code Name Alphabet 32) in length. It depends on the story, not outside influences.
The "Egg Breaker War Series," GMJ Books 1- 5
GMJ Book 6 and growing...
Coming soon in paper!
"When you hear a story, you remember, when you see the PowerPoint slides so beloved by Western Militaries, you forget within minutes and fall asleep. We don’t do boring and we count success by results, not money wasted or tons of bombs dropped, we want to win at any cost payable by the enemy." Major Geoffrey Foxtrot