15% off Senna versus Schumacher paperback at Lulu

The new Formula One season is fast approaching. As is the 26th anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s fatal crash at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Our what-if stories have reached a decent audience over the past couple of years, but we’re hoping that they find more readers.

In order to lower the barrier for many of them, there is now a 15% discount on the price of the paperback via Lulu.com, resulting in a € 16.96 price (plus VAT) for the 460-page and 5-story book ‘Senna versus Schumacher and other Formula One rivalries that never happened’.

E-books are, of course, cheaper still, and are available from outlets such as Apple and Amazon for prices ranging from € 4.49 to $ 5.50.

Buy the book: Lulu / Amazon / Kindle / Apple Books

Over 650 downloads for ‘Senna versus Schumacher’

The ‘Senna versus Schumacher’ story has been downloaded 650 times since Thursday 1 May. That’s an average of 32 downloads per day.

Thanks, everybody!

Haven’t downloaded ‘Senna versus Schumacher’ yet? Check it out. It’s free!

Time to face the music

While striking another month off the calendar, and even the 15th Aniversary of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna’s death passing, I haven’t found a single hour to work on my book. I’ve been very busy with many, many other activities which require as much priority as attention, so I believe it’s time for me to face the music:

  • I won’t be working on The Encounter Down Under, at least until the end of Summer.

That saddens me, because I’ve had a great time coming up with ideas, doing research, and writing my Senna versus Schumacher story. It’s just a matter of first things first for me, and I hope to be able to dedicate some more time to my story, either in its original form or as a prober book, from September or October.

Get an update

Would you like to receive an update by the time I start researching, posting and writing again? Leave a message at author@encounterdownunder.com and I’ll send you an e-mail. For now, thanks for reading and commenting, and enjoy the current F1 season.

Poll results: 56% regularly visit

I posted a small poll last week, asking how often you visit my book’s website. It turns out, after a week, that 56% of you visit the site regularly. Which is, of course, good to hear. 13% visit every day, 26% once a week, and 17% several times a month.

Here’s the break-down of the poll:

How often do you visit this site?

From the comments on this site I gather that some of you visit my site quite often. I’m just curious how often that is. Fill in this poll, and I’ll know!

How often do you visit this site?
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