Now these guys should need no introduction to many of you out there, producers of excellent wargaming and military history publications. To those that are not familiar with the name they publish Wargames,Soldiers and Strategy, Ancient Warfare and Medieval Warfare.
So why am I going to blather about this company well its a two fold story really. Firstly I want to say publicly a huge thank you to Jasper Oorthuys, who came to my rescue the other day as I was desperately trying to work out a) my password to the shop and b) where my subscriptions details were. You see this losing memory thing is causing havoc with everything, as I remember bits of info but never quite seem to grab the full picture. Cue pop up chat box and Jasper came to the rescue, after a chat he had all the info needed to sort everything out and get it back in order for me. Monday as promised it was sorted and I even got a personal email telling me exactly what I had got wrong. Now thankfully everything is in one place.
Which leads me nicely into part two of this post as Karwansaray are looking to branch out and publish a new magazine based on the wider ancient history not covered by their current publications.
the first post about this can be read here: http://www.karwansaraypublishers.com/pw/ancient-warfare/blog/survey-for-a-new-magazine/
there is some additional information here: http://www.karwansaraypublishers.com/pw/ancient-warfare/blog/an-update-on-the-ancient-history-magazine-survey/
Finally and most importantly of all they would like feedback on the venture so please spare 5 to 10 minutes of your valuable time and help out by completing the survey if you have not already done so.
Thanks for stopping by folks
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