Question on a misprint, Dingle complete works

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Question on a misprint, Dingle complete works

Postby magicpirate82 » June 27th, 2003, 11:15 pm

I just received a copy of "The Complete Works of Derek Dingle" and discovered that the first 16 pages or so are, in fact, from another book, "Great Balloons! The Complete Book of Balloon Sculpting" by Jean Merlin. The Dingle book finally begins with page 23 and appears complete after that, ending with page 219. Any information regarding this apparent misprint is welcomed. And nothing agains balloon sculpting, but I would really like those first 22 pages from Dingle......any suggestions?
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Re: Question on a misprint, Dingle complete works

Postby Richard Kaufman » June 28th, 2003, 6:31 am

Just send it back to the Genii office and we'll replace it. I must assume that I was having both books reprinted at the same time and they mixed up the signatures.
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Re: Question on a misprint, Dingle complete works

Postby magicpirate82 » June 28th, 2003, 7:36 am

Thanks much Richard for such a prompt response. I'll get it in the mail in about a week after I return home from vacation.

I'm really looking forward to digging into this book it looks fantastic. I've heard and read nothing but great things about it.

Regards

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Re: Question on a misprint, Dingle complete works

Postby magicpirate82 » July 26th, 2003, 4:17 pm

Got it! Love it! Thanks!

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