First off, Productivity Press has now shipped all back ordered books that were purchased through their site. Thanks for your patience…. it still shows as “backordered” on their website, but new orders should be shipped promptly. Thanks again to everyone who has ordered and read the book so far.
Now for Amazon…. Amazon.com is a funny animal, at times. I know they have shipped at least a few copies of my book — to readers in Oregon and New Mexico. One person (oh yeah, North Carolina) said they ordered a copy last week and got it in three days.
I ordered one on July 21, just to test the system, and I still haven’t gotten mine yet.
The “expected ship date” for me shows “normally ships in 1 to 4 weeks” if you look at my book’s page on amazon. Does it show this way for everyone? Does it depend on what distribution center you’re being served by?? There have been times where the date shows as “normally ships in 5 to 7 days” then it goes back to “1 to 4 weeks.”
Weird. It really makes me wonder what is going on behind the scenes in the Amazon distribution network…
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