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A Season of Wingshooting (new book)
« on: September 22, 2007, 10:03:36 AM »
A friend of mine who just completed his first book...and it is being offered at a discount right now..

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John Otto's first book is finally in print!!

 

Book page: www.xlibris.com/ASeasonofWingShooting.html

 

 

Let me start by saying, if you have received this email, then sometime in the past you have received one before from me or have sent an email to me. I have simply sent this to my complete address book, and AOL saves any and all email address's that have come across this account.

 

Two years ago I set out to write my first book which has been a lifetime dream of mine. I solicited the help of fellow wing-shooter and good friend Chris Engelhardt to do the illustrations, asked my good friend Captain David Drewry to write my Forward, and finally asked my brother and best friend Jason Otto to type out an Epilogue. What ensued has been two years of a labor of love, locked up in my trophy room for hours on end typing away.

 

This book covers a Washington season of hunting wings from September to the end of the season in January. From Grouse to Geese to Band-Tails to almost 25 species of Ducks. If you decide to click the link you can get a book description prepared by the publisher for more details, as well as a small author autobiography of who I am.

 

This email is a "heads up", more of a first notice. Clicking the link will allow you to purchase the book, A Season of Wing-Shooting, directly from the publisher at a reduced rate from most other retailers. In about 60-90 days it will also be available at Barns & Noble, Amazon, etc, as well as Ingraham which provides books to most retail bookstores. If you are interested in purchasing wholesale for business, please email me direct as I can get you in contact with the appropriate representative.

 

Simply click the link below to order! -

 

Book page: www.xlibris.com/ASeasonofWingShooting.html

 

Also, please be on the lookout for another project from the Otto Brothers...we have coming the first Volume of - An Otto Brothers Collection of Waterfowl Reference. This first part in a three book series will cover all 32 species of Waterfowl of North America using Jason Otto's expert picture taking ability for useful reference. More information coming shortly as this book is less than a month away!

 

Thanks!! And Enjoy!!

John R. Otto lll

 




 

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