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>>Bill what don't I understand about this .He is doing this & selling it to the AKA??? Or what please explain.<<
I don't know either, which is why I asked. I had assumed that Ken produced it independently and that the AKA marketed it for a fee. This made sense since the AKA is likely to be the biggest market. But it may be an official AKA project, like JAKA, where all of the product costs are born by the AKA with aKen getting a cut of the sales for his authorship.
I had assumed that the first scenario was the case, with Ken doing all of the editing and production. If so, then the AKA BOT is not accountable for the publishing schedule, although they could urge Ken to hurry up. If it's the second scenario, then AKA members have a beter case to gripe. But in either case, it's being produced by a hobbyist, not a professional author. And I'm sure it's a labor of love instead of an income generating project. So we can't beat them up too badly. ;-)
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