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View From Your Table

Be like all the cool New York kids; pre-order today! [2]

Say, you who have written to say that Amazon tells you your pre-ordered copy won’t come in until May 14 or 15, don’t worry about it; it’s just a glitch. However, if this happens to you, please take a screen shot and send it to me. Thanks.

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#1 Comment By Bernie On April 2, 2015 @ 7:26 pm

Rod, I’m really looking forward to your book! After an intense few days concerning religious freedom issues, I hope you can relax and allow yourself to enter increasingly into the Easter season with all its beauty.

#2 Comment By Jonathan On April 2, 2015 @ 7:54 pm

As indicated in response to your blog on Patheos, I ordered your book online. But I obtained a copy of Dante’s Divina Commedia — Longfellow translation to read on my flight to Europe and back. I already read Dante’s Inferno and have Purgatorio and Paradiso to read. Looking forward to your book.

#3 Comment By Fernando On April 3, 2015 @ 12:28 am

Will you be doing personalized autographs if we order the book from your local bookshop? I would happily pay a premium to get it and it would help the bookshop´s business. I think it is a win-win situation. Otherwise I will go the regular (Amazon) route…

[NFR: Oh yes, I would happily do that. The problem is that we don’t have a local bookshop in St. Francisville. We have a gift shop that sells copies of “The Little Way of Ruthie Leming,” which I personalize for people who mail-order it from there, but I don’t know if they plan to sell How Dante. I kind of doubt it; Little Way is a book about the town and its people, so it has a natural appeal to tourists who come through here. Not so with How Dante. I was in that shop the other day, and they didn’t say anything to me about ordering the new book, so that makes me think they won’t be selling it. — RD]

#4 Comment By DS On April 3, 2015 @ 12:40 pm

Stylish reader. Here in Louisiana, I’ve already put away my leopard-skin robes for the summer.