Interesting, I don't know a thing about doing videos like this, but it looks like a good idea to me, except for the guy mowing. I have only read the first of these books but really believe that you are into something that should continue to sell for years. I have two Wyoming History books complete, but so far have done nothing with them, except teach with them for many years. Nice job and good luck. I believe I was following back when you had under 200. You have grown - nice job Greg.
Thanks for watching, Neil. How can you see that lawnmower coming? I mean, I can't really put the damn book back in the box.
Anyways, you should get covers based on Wyoming art work and put those out. Put them in one big book. Books like this always do better in print, too. Check out the market and see what's comparable. There's probably not much out there.
For these Montana books, they do pretty dang good on iTunes, so maybe there's a market there for WY as well.
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