Blogs by Patrick Joesph Schnerch
January / February 500 Book Drive
1/2/2009 7:35:36 AM
With the help of the Victoria Human Exchange Society (VHES) and (B-POTSC 2009/2014) Become Part of the Solution Campaign, we are aiming to sell 500 books by March 1st, 2009.
With a lot of help from my friends, it seems that selling 500 books is a reasonable goal. We have no other option, this must be done. The whole campaign is riding on a solid foundation in which to build on.
The books will be the spark that sets the fire. We are very confident that once people read it that it cause quite the stir. The whole idea is to get our foot inside the door, the book will do the rest.
We will take the books to Sidney, Sooke, Langford and Saltspring Island. There will be a variety of locations and methods of distribution available.
We have a strong distribution system through the author. The book will usually shipped be within three days. You will be amazed, this book is very unique and will definitely stand the test of time.
We are certain that you would not want to miss owning a copy of the, 'City of Gardens: The Other Side of the Fence.' This is a shocking book and does not hold back any punches. This is the other side of Victoria that has been surpressed for decades.
From reading the book, you will get a full understanding of what has contributed to this city's social crisis and why it is so neccessary to act now. The 'City of Gardens Collection' will shake Victoria down to its roots. Armed with facts and statistics, the truth will traumatize the reader.
500 books in two months is a safe prediction. This drive is being used as an introduction for the awareness campaign launch on March 1st, 2009. You have never read a book like this before and quite likely no one else will ever do it again.
The next four books will drive a stake in the heart of society. It may not be pretty, but it is profoundly evident on Victoria streets. The truth is evident by strolling the downtown core of Victoria.
The 500 books will strike a high note in Greater Victoria. This is a direct hit below the waist. Victoria will walk funny after reading the, 'City of Gardens: The Other Side of the Fence.' Stay tuned for your soon to be released copy of this history making literature.
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