Talk:Org's Odyssey: A Tale of Post-Human Earth

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Thanks for moving my Wikipedia article here. -Jeremy, the Duke of Otterland

Has the sequel been identified on any best-sellers lists? If not, I am changing the text here.--Kendricks Redtail 03:54, 12 January 2007 (UTC)

Restoration of links[edit]

I restored as it is a legitimate bookselling website that offers purchasers to offer consumer reviews. In this case, it offers consumer reviews of the title in question. Therefore, it has been restored as it is relevant.--Kendricks Redtail 07:54, 26 March 2007 (UTC)

Why links are staying there[edit]

The reviews while some are irrelevant, others ARE legitimate reviews of your novel. It's not my fault that many if most are poor reviews, but you can't cover them up. It happens to all authors. Plus that page offers legitimate information about your book and how to purchase it. As for the WorldCAT, I use that as a link in the references to illustrate my point. Myself and another furry both have connections in the library system and we were able to scour that system, hoping to find your book. None are available. Hopefully, that's going to be remedied soon as I plan on in the near future donating a copy to the Chicago Public Library. Call it a gesture of good faith. :)--Kendricks Redtail

We don't restrict topics on WikiFur to works which have been published by major publishing companies, rather than only by small presses, vanity presses, or self-publishing. I think a note clarifying how this work has been printed (i.e. clarifying Lulu as whatever-it-is--vanity press?) would be appropriate, but there's no need to go into whether it's available in libraries. -- Sine 19:38, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

What if someone wants to read it? It'd be an important fact to know that I can't find it at the local library.--Kendricks Redtail 19:44, 15 May 2007 (UTC)
I assume people quite capable of making their own route to acquiring something they're interested in; we don't need to hand-hold them through checking their local library, booksellers, etc. There are plenty of books difficult to get hold of, because they're obscure or small-press or out of print; we don't need to document them being difficult to get hold of, only the facts of the book (date published, way printed, etc.) -- Sine 19:47, 15 May 2007 (UTC)