How to buy my book — print on demand

Make your own ukulele chord solos: a basic guide sells for $16.oo (AU) plus postage and handling.

The first edition of my ukulele book is sold out. While I’m thinking about reprinting or otherwise, I’d be happy to make one-off copies (printed and stapled, but no cover) for $12 (AUD) plus postage and handling for anyone who is interested. Half the net purchase of these copies will still go to Youngcare.

From the 4th Novemeber, 2009, I will donate to youngcare half the net purchase price of any book sold.
Youngcare

If you’d like to buy a copy, send me an email … 

ukulelemike

… and tell me where you are.

I’ll let you know the total cost. If you decide to buy, I’ll send you a paypal request. Once the transaction is complete, I’ll send you the book ASAP.

If you decide not to buy my book (which is ok), please consider donating to youngcare yourself.

Published on September 19, 2009 at 9:57 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. Ich interessiere mich für Ihr Buch Ukulele Akkord Solo
    Was kostet es und liefern Sie nach Germany

    • Hi, I’ve sent you an email. I hope it answers your question…. if it was a question :)

  2. Is it possible to have an email copy sent out to the UK?

    • Hi Caroline,

      Very sorry, but I don’t supply electronic versions of the book.

      kind regards,
      Michael


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