The Domain Game Hits (Online) Store Shelves

My book on domain-name investors, The Domain Game, is now available for purchase in softcover or hardcover through this site. This caps a long process, and needless to say I’m thrilled to have a book on the market. My agent began pitching this book to publishers more than two years ago, and I began writing it in September 2006. (Note: The print-on-demand publishing firm I’m using, Xlibris, is experiencing some technical difficulties with its online ordering system. They’ve told me they’re working to get things fixed, and, in the meantime, you can order the book over the phone or by email. All the details are at this link.)

5 Responses to “The Domain Game Hits (Online) Store Shelves”

  1. 1 ed May 23, 2008 at 9:40 am

    Tried to purchase your bog but that site is not working well
    Hope it becomes available at Amazon or Chapters/Indigo etc

  2. 2 Norvo June 2, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    Just asked for a quote from xlibris by email and they said $100,90 for shipping cost to Ireland for one copy. I hope you can also make the book available as ebook (downloadable) or through other bookstores (like Amazon) as I would love to get a copy but I do not want to pay $100,90 for shipping cost.

  3. 3 Jan June 4, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    I got this message asking to send it to the Netherlands:

    Thank you for the information.

    In as much as we would like to serve you, our shipping procedure for
    book orders is limited only to shipping in the US or a few countries in
    the world. You may also check if the book is already available on the
    ff. sites:

    – barnes&

    They have a more efficient international shipping procedure in place.

    Please help international interested readers…..

  4. 4 Norvo June 9, 2008 at 7:07 am

    Hi David,

    Thanks again for helping out and getting me a copy of the book (shipped to Ireland). Really appreciate it. Looking forward to read your book in the next few weeks!

    Thanks a million! 🙂

  5. 5 bill July 19, 2008 at 9:57 pm

    If Ron Jackson is Larry King, then Kesmodel is Tim Russert-class with this publication.

    The Domain Game is objective and brilliantly edited. The book is an excellent historical account that reflects a lot of old fashioned research and hard work. Great reading. Thank you.

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