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Hi ,

I am one of the winner of this ebook(Bad Programming Practices 101), where you can find the winners from Winners:Bad Programming Practices 101(e-book)
I used to save this ebook in my old laptop, unfortunately the hard disk of my old laptop is corrupted, hence everything were gone.
I tried to find in my e-mail, but can't found because I have deleted all the inbox messages which were last year ago.

Is it possible to send me a new copy of this e-book to my mail again ?

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Thanks and Regards,
Randy.
 
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I hope it is possible.
 
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Hi Randy. As far as I recall, e-books quite often are being received as downloadable items from publisher's page.

For instance fairly recently I won the book X, so I got an email from publisher, that I need to go on their website and enter 100% discount code and so the book gets into my account from which I can download it at any time. Hm.. could be that such process is tight to publisher.

Let's wait until someone from book promo team reads your message, so they possibly could provide you with more details.
 
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Does APress do their ebooks via an account?
I seem to remember that's how I got the Manning one I won (I think it was Manning anyway).

I don't seem to be able to get onto their site to find out.

Just a thought.
 
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Alright, thanks Liutauras Vilda
 
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Dave Tolls wrote:Does APress do their ebooks via an account?


I'm not sure. Book promo team probably would know.
 
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I won an Apress book in Dec 2016 and the ebook was sent to me as an email attachment -- no download link.
 
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I asked the original poster to email the book promo account. once he doesn't, I'll check in with the publisher.
 
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I have sent an email to book promo address.
Thanks.
 
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