you can't please all of the people all of the time.
thought I'd share the comment made on Blurb below and my response to it
...unfortunately my batphone made a spelling 'correction' without me noticing it,
changing 'fees' to 'feed'. but you get the drift.
Publishing on demand is not cheap. Nor is having books delivered to you by mail.
But it's much less expensive than attending a class and you have the information in writing instead of having to make notes and then trying to decipher them later. It's also quite a useful refresher for those who might have missed something in class when my dulcet tones may not have penetrated to their corner of the workshop space through the clouds of convivial chatter.
Yes, the information in The Bundle Book is also available in Second Skin, but the latter is not available in US bookstores [as far as I am aware] and thus hasn't found as wide an audience as I had hoped. It's also quite big, whereas the Bundle Book fits in your pocket.
On the other hand, the cost of the Bundle Book mailed to your door is about 30% of the cost of an hour spent with my dental hygienist. It's important to have the fangs regularly scraped and cleaned twice a year and she's quite gentle but making bundles is much more fun...and you only buy a book once.