Commentary on the LIBOR scandal and future shipping date information

Yesterday the following piece was published by “The Daily Observer” in Pembroke, Ontario, concerning the LIBOR interest-rate fixing scandal.

Confidence and Lies submitted version

As well, I would like to inform people that as my distributor will be returning from holidays soon, he will likely be shipping orders placed since the end of June in the next week to ten days.

After these orders are shipped, I anticipate that I will only send orders from Oman twice more – likely in early- to mid-September (for late orders to schools in the Northern Hemisphere) and again around the first of December (for schools in the Southern Hemisphere).

After this point, I will have the remaining stock of books in Oman sent to me here in Canada, which will mean that I will no longer be able to use the economical “printed matter” international postal rate offered by Oman Post. As such, I expect that I will have to raise prices and/or charge for shipping starting in 2013. For orders greater than 15 books I anticipate a fixed charge of $12 per book (including postage) to addresses within the US and Canada, and a charge of $10 per book plus airmail postage to addresses overseas.

Thank you again for your support and interest in the book. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch by email.

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