Blotting Brushes: Weapons of Plaque Destruction
We've done it. We finally got our act together and finished the book we started way back when lizards were fish. Someone called us downright lazy; we called it selective creativity! Pats on the back all round to those who helped us get our act together. That was Phylipa.
We would of course like to thank everyone who contributed, telling us how boring the first draft was (hey! - it was only the first draft), proofreading the pages over and over, cooking superb meals (while we opened the wine), finding wonderful images to keep readers stimulated as they read, and making cups of tea & flapjacks. Not to forget of course our parents for having us, the producer, the director and cast. If I left anyone out I’m sorry as the Academy Awards only allows me ten seconds and I’ve already overrun that.
When we figured out what an ebook was, things REALLY took off. Actually it was a Boeing 747 that took off carrying us to Sri Lanka. With all the pre-launch activity, we needed a holiday.
At first we wrote a big book with lots of great tips and pictures. “Two hundred and how many pages?” said Phylipa (proof-reader, cook, image finder, tea and flapjack maker). So we got some scissors and cut the book in half. Still too big, so we cut it in half again. It’s now 67 pages full of those wonderful images, some amazing YouTube clips and some really good stuff about teeth and gums that you n-e-e-d to know about.
Amazing things will happen to you if you buy this book (you have to read it as well):
● you’ll get to become a tooth fairy and give money to kids
● you’ll probably join a revolution….the one we started
● you’ll discover that there are some really enlightened dentists out there
● you’ll learn stuff about teeth & gums you didn’t learn in school biology
● you won’t go to the dentist so often. This is a GREAT one!
We did a websitety thing too that was developed by Fred.
We love Fred’s design because it doesn’t look anything like those corporate sites with colour-coded rectangular boxes and everything in the correct place.
is what we call a ‘work in progress’. We’re even going to write something called ‘Tooth Fairy Whispers’. If you enter your name and email address on the website, we’ll send it to you when the Tooth Fairy has something valuable to tell you.
P.S. I almost forgot to tell you about the money thing. We were told by some marketing guy in a suit and tie to charge hundreds of pounds for this (really!). But we’re not because that’s what dentists charge and we want to help you avoid all that, now and forever. Amen. So the cost is $24.97 until the US Dollar becomes toast. Then we’ll probably have to swap it for something.
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