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Postby B.J.C.Courtney » Tue Jun 19, 2007 10:52 pm

Just wondred if it would be useful to run a thread about Books on Dowsing and related subjcts, that might show the ISBN-

A good example of a sutable listing might be.

Cameron Aurameter.
by Verne L. Cameron (Author), John Jacob Williamson (Author)

Paperback: 20 pages
Publisher: Society of Metaphysicians Ltd (Dec 1956)
Language English
ISBN-10: 090068402X
ISBN-13: 978-0900684029

Just a passing thought as i had trouble finding a book on the above subject.
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Books thread

Postby Ian Pegler » Wed Jun 20, 2007 6:21 am

Not so sure this is a good idea. You could end up with loads of replies from people plugging their own books, and/or duplicate information. I appreciate you had difficulty finding this one but generally this will be the exception rather than the rule.

For most people, searching the online bookshop will find what they're after (and may persuade them to buy it from the BSD, which would be a good thing)

I would like to see the online shop modified so that dowsers can rate and review books. That's my idea anyhow.

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Re: Books thread

Postby B.J.C.Courtney » Wed Jun 20, 2007 2:31 pm

Ian Pegler wrote:Not so sure this is a good idea. You could end up with loads of replies from people plugging their own books, and/or duplicate information. I appreciate you had difficulty finding this one but generally this will be the exception rather than the rule.

For most people, searching the online bookshop will find what they're after (and may persuade them to buy it from the BSD, which would be a good thing)

I would like to see the online shop modified so that dowsers can rate and review books. That's my idea anyhow.

Ian


I totaly agrea with you, and evan more so about the ablity to write a book reveiw via the book shop.
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