Pre-orders of my book available at reduced price
If you’re thinking of buying my book, now is a very good time. 🙂 Pre-ordering is available at Barnes & Noble, and they’re offering a price of just $26.96 (reduced from $39.95) for a few days.
Update (Saturday 5:15pm in Sydney): The price is now $21.57! I don’t know how long the offer lasts.
Update (Sunday 19 February): There are some problems with the Barnes & Noble page for the book – there is currently no pre-order or buy button at all. In addition, some people have received messages from B&N saying that their orders have been cancelled. Richard Hamilton at XML Press is investigating. I’m so sorry about the confusion. I’ll let you know as soon as I hear more.
Thanks for letting me know about the problem. I hope it is sorted out quickly.
The book is called Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication. It’s about wikis, Confluence, technical communication, technical writers, and of course chocolate.
Follow Ganache, technical communicator extraordinaire, inside Confluence wiki for an in-depth guide to developing and publishing technical documentation on a wiki. Then, with the groundwork done, you will see how to make your wiki fly.
Experience life as a wiki author and reader. Working in an agile environment? Wikis were made for that! Wondering about search engine optimization (SEO)? Wikis can do that too. Learn how to harness the wiki’s social and collaborative features, turning technical documentation into true communication.
The book is also the confluence of technical communication and chocolate. Because you can’t have one without the other!
I hope you enjoy it. 🙂
Pre-order at Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/confluence-tech-comm-and-chocolate-sarah-maddox/1038398637?ean=9781937434007
More details of the book at XML Press.
Posted on 11 February 2012, in book, Confluence, confluence tech comm chocolate, technical writing, wiki and tagged book, chocolate, Confluence, confluence tech comm chocolate, technical communication, technical documentation, technical writing, wiki. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.