L. P. Skeen on thu 2 aug 01
In the Mojave so proud of Lisa for the way she took on this major project
and keeps hanging in there with it. I might well have folded when I had to
practically beg participants (such as this one) to get her pictures and
recipies in the mail.... Lisa didn't fold. She still isn't folding. What
an example for the rest of us......
Oy vey! What a buildup! Thanks for your kind words, but I'm just as
selfish as the next guy - this whole thing came from a discussion about "the
little guys" getting published. So, now I'll be published. One more
thing for the resume.........(not that THAT's doing me much good....)
Besides THAT, cookbooks are excellent holiday gifts. :)
L (processing cookbook orders while watching a VH1 program about the role
of religion in Rock & ROll music. Excellent program.)
L. P. Skeen on fri 3 aug 01
This was discussed at some length and we decided that the resellers would
pay 75% of retail (instead of half) per book, with the understanding that
the extra percentage they paid covers the donation to the Clayart Fund. Did
that make sense? Try this:
Example cost only:
normal wholesale price: 10.00 Retail price: 20.00
Reseller would pay $15 per book instead of $10; he won't make his 50%
profit, but will make some and also the clayart fund gets theirs.
Resellers need to contact me directly to arrange this.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeanne Ormsby
Sent: Friday, August 03, 2001 8:54 PM
> Wouldn't it be nice if everyone with pottery shops carried the cookbook as
> a retail item?
> Lisa, are you going to give any sort of discount to those who buy for
> resale or in any sort of volume?
> Just an idea...
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Joyce Lee on fri 3 aug 01
I bought three of Lisa's (and OUR) cookbooks.
It has Clayart's name on it, is put together by a claybud, and contains =
ONLY claybuds' pots&recipies....... why would any clayarter NOT
support this project??? This wonderful list and community connection is =
FREE..... every day.....
if the cost is tripled tomorrow.... it's still FREE...
... the best bargain I've ever received on anything....=20
This is LISA'S project, only in that Lisa is doing all the work!!! Other =
than that, it's a CLAYART project. Since when do we not support our =
claybuds??????? Open those wallets, write those checks; use those =
charge cards. You'll love the book when it comes out, and $22 is not =
going to break the bank!
In the Mojave so proud of Lisa for the way she took on this major =
project and keeps hanging in there with it. I might well have folded =
when I had to practically beg participants (such as this one) to get her =
pictures and recipies in the mail.... Lisa didn't fold. She still isn't =
folding. What an example for the rest of us......
Fabienne Micheline Cassman on fri 3 aug 01
At 06:55 AM 08/03/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>I bought three of Lisa's (and OUR) cookbooks.
Ditto :) I can't wait to get in front of the stove and try some new recipe
while enjoying looking at pots on the opposite page. It will make a great
gift, too. :)
Spreading the wealth,
Milky Way Ceramics http://www.milkywayceramics.com/
Yes, I have learned from my mistakes...
I can reproduce them exactly.
Jeanne Ormsby on fri 3 aug 01
Wouldn't it be nice if everyone with pottery shops carried the cookbook as
a retail item?
Lisa, are you going to give any sort of discount to those who buy for
resale or in any sort of volume?
Just an idea...
Brooks Ratledge on tue 18 dec 01
I went by Living Tree Studio this afternoon to pick up my cookbooks. If you
haven't ordered one, don't miss out. It is wonderful. If you've already
ordered, you have a treat coming. Patricia Harden