The Great Camel Experiment of the Old West

Today, I received word that Collca began the release process for my ebook The Great Camel Experiment of the Old West. You might say I am a little EXCITED!

Here is part of the official press release:  The Great Camel Experiment of the Old West  introduces readers to a little known event in the mid-1800s that could have changed the American history of the old West. Taken from the diaries and official documents written by the men involved, the book chronicles the true story of the “purchase of camels and importation of dromedaries for military purposes”.  It follows the camels’ journey from their arrival in Texas to their use throughout the Southwest. Twenty-two sidebars, three appendices, and twenty-one color photographs mainly taken during live reenactments by Texas Camel Corps make this ebook exciting as well as informative.

Amazon already has the book on-line, and offers a view inside as well as the first few pages of the book. As of Wednesday, it will be for all ereaders, laptops, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc. from "popular ebook retailers all around the world".

Collca is an electronic publisher specializing in non-fiction bitesize ebooks. Their BiteSize History is a series of short-form ebooks about periods and events from history. Each book is written to give the reader a clear overview of the subject without having to wade through thick dry textbooks or to read reams of text littered with distracting hyperlinks. Most titles are illustrated. 

I know this is a self-serving post--but Hey--good news is good news. Visit my author page at,, and Goodreads. Oh, and spread the word! It's here!
**Special Thank you to Mike Hyman, Collca and Doug Baum, Texas Camel Corps.

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