announces P.O. Box

Up to this point, if you wanted to send written correspondence or mail review copies of a CD to, you had to email for a street address. This is about to change, however; I set up a P.O. Box to cover blog correspondence: P.O. Box 5271, Mansfield, OH 44901.

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  1. Daniel, wow…and to think we knew you when you were only an author! See, good work does pay off! Keep it up.

  2. Thanks. 😆

    (I didn’t think having a PO Box made me famous…but you never know!)

  3. It’s the little things Daniel. 😉 You wouldn’t need a PO box to have things snail mailed to you if you weren’t considered a reputable blogger. So, see, it is well on the road to famous. 😉

  4. Hard to argue with that! 😆

    I mainly did it for security reasons. I’ve never had a bad experience with any group that wanted me to send a CD, but there is always the chance that someone could pose as an SG singer and ask for street addresses for less-than-ideal purposes.

  5. Mmmm…ok


  6. A PO Box is a good idea. You don’t want some crazed fan showing up on your doorstep with a hatchet or worse yet, a Beatles CD for you to review! 🙂

  7. Eek. 😯

    Of course, the chances are low, but better safe than sorry!