Purchase signed author copies

  • Are you looking for a personal gift for a loved one? 

  • Would you like to own a copy signed and dedicated by the author?

What can I write in your book?

What can I write in your book?

Here’s your chance: At no surcharge, you can buy copies of every Hans M Hirschi book either as a paperback* or ebook card, signed and delivered to your address. All you have to do is submit an email, including your address and which book(s) you want, as well as what you would like the dedication to say, and Hans will get back to you ASAP with the exact shipping costs.

Here’s an example:
 
Signed paperback      SEK 125:
Postage & envelope   SEK   90:-
Total cost, incl. VAT:    SEK 215:-
(approx. $23, £17.40 or €20.25**)
 
Signed ebook card     SEK   50:-
Postage & envelope   SEK   40:-
Total cost, incl. VAT:    SEK   90:- 
(approx. $9.60, £7.30 or €8.50**)
 

Example of an electro puppy ebook card. All common ebook standards supported.

Once you agree to the price point, we’ll send you an invoice through PayPal (using Yāree AB) and once the invoice is paid, the book(s) will be shipped.
 
Please note:
  • Shipping costs may vary depending on the number of books shipped and whereto.
  • Shipping to certain countries takes time. If you request a book as a present for a birthday or anniversary, please allow up to three weeks for delivery to take place to any corner of the world.
  • While Hans keeps a small stock of every book at his house, sometimes he may run out. To order additional copies might take up to a week. Please take that into consideration when you order. See the point above.
  • If you request more than one book, shipping costs may not increase linearly. There’s usually a small discount for heavier items. The quote will include all the details.
  • There’s limited space on electropuppy cards for messages.
If you have any questions, please ask.
 
* Hans’s short stories and “Dads” are only available as ebook cards.
** Please note that currency rates fluctuate.

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