LH: As long as they part with their money for the book,
> it doesn't matter.
> SC: A particularly cheap, nasty and wholly unwarranted shot, Mr
> Lobo Hotei. You have no idea.
No? called it back when you first started your posts about the circles. Main aim? To make money.
Researching and writing a book
> of this nature is a truly expensive business, taking up years
> of research, expensive research trips to Egypt and other far
> flung places, purchase of countless books and journals - and
> all paid for out of my own pocket with very little prospect of
> recovering even close to what I (and Gary) have spent. I do not
> complain when Mark Lehner writes his books on Ancient Egypt and
> makes a modest earning from them for I know just how much goes
> into producing them.
So what your saying is you invested lots of your time and money to make a book and make money. No big deal to me. Just be honest about the reasons for the above statements. Write books make money, simple.
I know of many on here, and elsewhere, who have spent as much as you with some probably more spent just for trying to find the truth. You have spent some time and money and are looking for compensation per your statements above.
You set out to make a book and sell it, period.
Again I have no problem with that it is only the constant intentional "leading" of others to some belief that your fantasy for this book is the "Real Truth".