101 Ways To Win An Election: now available for Kindle

You may have noticed my excitement as the book I wrote with Ed Maxfield finally appearedstarted being shipped to buyers and even made it to bookshop shelves.

Quite a few people have asked whether it would be available as an e-book, which was the plan but has taken a little while to sort.

The good news is that first of the e-book versions is now out – for the Kindle. As with the paperback, it’s packed full of tips on how to win an election (though we left out this novel approach to a tricky TV interview).

Whether it’s the significance of water melons, the role of nostrils, the similarities with having children or the lessons to learn from Arctic explorers, you’ll find it in this book.

You can buy the Kindle version from Amazon, where the paperback is also on sale.

* Mark Pack has written 101 Ways To Win An Election and produces a monthly newsletter about the Liberal Democrats.

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One Comment

  • Richard Dean 27th Jul '12 - 3:45pm

    I’m sure I’ll buy your book Mark. In fact, I’ll order it from Amazon just as soon as I come off LDV.

    WIll you, in turn, buy my book? It explains some of the essential technical aspects of how to build the foundations of offshore structures including artificial islands and offshore wind farms. It also includes information about pipelines, and of course structures to explore for and extract oil and gas. It’s called “Offshore Geotechnical Engineering: Principles and Practice” and should not be confused with another book with a slightly similar title by two Australians called Randolph and Gourvenec. It is available from the Institution of Civil Engineers on http://www.thomastelford.com/books/bookshop_main.asp?ISBN=9780727736413 , or indeed from Amazon!

    Now, as promised, I will go and buy your book on Amazon, thereby adding to the effort to restart the economy, But be warned, before pressing the final button, I will check that you have not slyly deleted this unashamed advertisement!

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