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message 1: by Joe (new)

Joe Ferry (joeferry) | 2 comments Hello! I'm looking for someone to help me add Dr. Joe Ferry's book to GoodReads.

Here is the information:

Connected: Mob Stories From My Past
by Dr. Joe Ferry


Published by CreateSpace on April 23, 2012

Description: "Connected" is a novel written from the point of view of Trouble Ventura; our main character thinks back on his life as a musician and producer, and reflects upon his relationship with his dying father, a mafia don.

Picture of cover:

Thank you!

Keri (Joe Ferry's manager)

message 2: by Cait (new)

Cait (tigercait) | 5005 comments I've added the book here:

A couple of additional questions:
1. What's the format of this edition (ebook, paperback, etc.)?
2. Is this the same Joe Ferry who wrote the book Rob Reiner?

message 3: by Joe (new)

Joe Ferry (joeferry) | 2 comments Thank you so much for adding it!

1. This is the paperback edition.
2. No - not the same Joe Ferry.

The eBook was published by BookBaby and its ISBN is 1470091992.

message 4: by Cait (last edited Jun 06, 2012 09:47AM) (new)

Cait (tigercait) | 5005 comments Thanks!

The Joe Ferry author profile has been set to Joe^^Ferry, where ^ is a space, to distinguish it from the other author by that name. You can see it here:
and you can use this link if you want to join the GR Authors program:
If you'd rather not join the program, we can fill in a bio for you.

I've created the ebook here:

Can you let me know if the publication date and cover are the same as the paperback?

Also, the ISBN you gave is the same as the paperback ISBN; we can only put an ISBN on a single edition, so if the paperback and the ebook are sharing the 1470091992/9781470091996 ISBN then we can assign it directly to one edition and manually mark the other edition as an alternate.

On a final note, while GR is legally barred from taking information directly from booksellers' websites such as Amazon or Barnes&Noble, there's nothing wrong with me mentioning that I checked those websites and I do also see Kindle and Nook editions with distinct ASIN (for Kindle) and ISBN (for Nook) identifiers. If you as the author/author's representative were to officially request it, we could list those editions as well based on the information you provide. :)

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