Happy Day Lieutenants!
After a three week work binge some of my projects are coming to fruition. And while Reconnaissance Man was recently published, I also put the finishing touches on another project "Captain's Quarterly."
"Captain's Quarterly" is basically backing up the best works of this blog. However, instead of doing that every 3-5 years (which resulted in the 900 page monstrosity that "Captain Capitalism - Reserved" was), I'm backing up the blog every quarter to make it more digestible, thus Captain's Quarterly. I have also added some eye candy to the project in part to give you something more than charts and data to look at, in part because I appreciate the 1950's looking woman, but also to piss off feminists because they hate truly beautiful women. Thus each issue of "Captain's Quarterly" will have a new model dolled up in classy 1950's attire and lingerie (that's if I can keep finding reliable, timely models, so if you know any, send them may way).
The only problem is that "Captain's Quarterly" is made first to be an analog back up of my works, and second as a work of art. Therefore it's in color and it's price is well...rather pricey. Each issue is estimated to cost around $20 an issue, which I hope in the future will go down with advances in technology. That being said, the Kindle version, not being limited by color-printing technology, I set at the lower price I could possible at $2.99 per issue.
Regardless, if you are interested in purchasing a copy, you can find both paperback and kindle versions on Amazon.com. And many thanks to all of you for your support!