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  #175 New September 20th, 2019 04:22 AM
I have figured out what two booklets that I am going to try to get out in the next couple of weeks on DriveThru. One will be another Freebie, with a blend of weapons, animals of various types, some vegeation, and some scenery, all black and white, and about 16 pages with about 24 to 30 images. I might go a bit longer if things are moving along well.

The other book will be mainly of animals, and some plants and plant products, but with most of the images in color. That one will not be a Freebie, but I am thinking of somewhere between $5 and $10 dollars. I am still thinking about that. That will be about 20 or so pages, depending on the image size and how good I am going. If it goes much over 20 pages, I may go with the higher sales figure, but we will have to see. A lot of people seem to have color printers, so color might sell well. The booklet should also be good for use with Space: 1889, and some of Flying Buffalo's stuff. I am debating turning it into more of a Monster/Animal book, with hit dice for the various creatures, but that might work better with a black and white image book. Just have to see what sells.

One other thing I am thinking about is putting together a map booklet, using some of the World War 2 country guide booklets put out for U.S. service members going into a new area. Those might also be of interest to the historical gamers, so I will have to look at a couple of other sites to put them up. There are also a lot of very good maps in the various Center for Military History publications, some of which are in color. I will have to decide about thoat as well.
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