A cookbook question/NILDA????


Posted by Sally - in - Idaho , Jul 20,2001,22:03   Archive
I received my newsletter today and see that there is a form to send in for our cookbooks, even if we had reserved them at the time we submitted recipes.

My question: Will persons who sent in recipes, via snail mail or e-mail, receive a notice that their cookbook(s) are ready and instructions about obtaining them? I certainly hope so, because I had people reserve their own on the bottom of the recipe forms that they sent. I'm not even sure who all sent them, as I left a few forms at two different organizational meetings after I had explained what it was all about.

I can't afford to purchase them for everyone who reserved them and then have to mail them a second time to those people. Anyone know the answer? Nilda??????? Also, I thought shipping costs would be less on orders for several books.

Sally in Idaho




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Re : A cookbook question/NILDA???? --- Sally - in - Idaho
Posted by Cynthia , Jul 21,2001,10:20 Top of Thread Archive
Same question here especially regarding the postage. If I order 10 books the postage is $22.50 ???



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Re : Re: A cookbook question/NILDA???? --- Cynthia
Posted by kathy , Jul 23,2001,11:59 Top of Thread Archive
that does seem a bit exorbitant, especially if one is ordering that many books; they are only paperback cover??

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