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I have published an update on my crowdfunding page. I have attached the Jean-Luc caricature by John ...
I have published an update on my crowdfunding page. I have attached the Jean-Luc caricature by John Cox. Here is an excerpt:
I have uploaded a new image to the gallery. I want you as a backer, supporter and reader, to follow me along on tea journey in a forthcoming book series (at least 8 books) and continue the conversation online about the evergreen shrub called Camellia sinensis (the name of the tea plant in Latin).
My goal is that you will eventually reach the 6th step (success) of the story, as described in Donald Miller's post, A Communication Tip That Makes Customers More Likely to Buy. If you have a similar problem like the character in Star Trek, Jean-Luc Picard, and want to have a "word with the fellow, Earl Grey," I am here to help, as your guide in cyberspace... [Editor's note: In the first book, I will write a short backstory on the origin of this quote.] The caricature of Jean-Luc Picard by John Cox could end up at the end of the first book on tea. The first book will be on plain black teas, e.g., African flower tea (translated from Swedish, with no flower in it), Assam, Ceylon, Keemun, Nilgiri, Yunnan, etc. The second book will be on flavored and special teas like Earl Grey, Lapsang Souchong and Pu-erh. This image could be a nice segway (pun intended) to the next book...

https://gogetfunding.com/my-first-book-on-tea-with-illustrations-by-john-cox/
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