Friday, August 17, 2007

The Tortoise and the Hare

Ok, so we're a little slow sometimes but we get there in the end.

We've signed up to Google checkout and added a little button on the website so you can buy superstar author and ex-C&P girl Marie Phillips' best-selling debut novel Gods Behaving Badly. Go here to splash the cash.

(And before the comments come, yes I know I put an apostrophe in 'Gods' but I'm tired and it's friday and I don't know how to change it)

11 comments:

  1. Ooh that's very cool!

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  2. Chris WildAugust 17, 2007

    Are you sure it's there? Can't see it...

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  3. It was the last time I looked. Give it a little while to load. It's down on the bottom right.

    Or maybe your browser won't allow it? That, however, is a technical problem beyond my capabilities.

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  4. Hi Adam (and Marie)
    I have just tried out the new facility. I'm not clear on how much the shipping charge should be, for delivery in Berkshire. Can you clarify, please? Thanks

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  5. It Works! Nice work Pierre.

    I made a boob on the shipping thing though so as you're our first customer you get free delivery.

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  6. That wasn't the plan. You can add it to my next order. Plus, I purposely didn't say it was free because I didn't want to commit you to a bunch of orders at the wrong price. How much should the shipping have been (plus did you you my e-mail trying to order something else as well)?

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  7. Pierre,

    Have a look back on the site. I've put in a drop-down box with different prices for different places.

    Haven't had the e-mail yet. Sometimes it's a bit slow coming through.

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  8. I was also after a copy of "what was lost". After all, you can read this blog without wanting an awful lot of books. The e-mail was sent mid-morning (well, also last Friday, but I won't mention that; I suspect some mail was lost then). If you didn't get my card details from google, I can phone them through...
    I'll go back to lurking now.

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  9. That's odd. Did you try info@crockattandpowell.com becuase I've been getting e-mails all day including another one from google for a sale to America!

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  10. And we have loads of What Was Lost. Google don't send the card details so you'll have to phone. Cheers.

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  11. OK. When you click on "contact" on the web site, it says "info@crockattpowell.com", and I have been cutting and pasting that 'cause I'm too lazy to type. It must be a valid address because I didn't get a non-delivery. There may be one or two orders lurking on there...

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