The point, Kevin, is that 1) philosophy is different than fiction and so requires a keener precision than the fictional domain,
What nonsense. Do you ever read any SF? I wonder what Ron has to say about that?
and 2) I am obsessive so if I can fix something, I generally will.
With the number of Revisions you seem to do, you don't know when to stop, or how to get it right in the first place.
Just Kevin said:
BTW, this is Lulu, not Amazon. Lulu may not take kindly to your constant mention over your publication at Amazon, via Amazon.
You seem to have two identical books at two very different prices.
Not the price I set.
Who set the price then if not you? I would expect Createspace to work the same as Lulu. Cost + what you add. Both books seem to be Createspace created.
No surprise though that the book never seemed to sell on that site given that price. It did get a few sales on amazon but not many.
That's amazing, so would that not mean the one at less than half that price would sell like hot cakes?
Nor am I happy with it in retrospect, in any case. I came to think that I did not do enough in that book to make the case I was aiming at (which is why I have now done the second book
Is that the one that says No Image Available? That does not have the same title as the duplicate books.
-- as a follow-up so to speak). So I have pretty much let the first one die.
No, they are both still for sale. If I've done the job I hoped on the new one, Value and Representation, it will find an audience in time among the philosophically inclined.
If it was myself considering buying you philosophical books, your blogs on Amazon would put me off. The new book is not there yet, BTW.
Meanwhile, as of last week, I have returned, in earnest, to the historical novel I dropped a few years back after unsuccessfully trying to reconstitute it from what I could salvage after the flood that hit our area in 2012. Only time will tell if I can do that though -- to my satisfaction, that is.
Well good luck with that.