Re-written from start to finish, includes a new section on adding foreign language notes to your outgoing QSL cards.
The QSL Book was written after I listened to a couple of guys one days on 2 meters. One had worked a DX station but didn't know how to send out a QSL card. The other fellow sort of knew how to send the QSL out but wasn't doing a very good job of explaining it.
So I put together some resources and information on how to send QSL cards to the ham radio stations that you contact on the air. This isn't an eBook on the order of the Dummies series of books but it will explain the basics as well as some of the more advanced things to do when sending a QSL card to another amateur.
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About the Author
A writer who lives in Florida and enjoys writing fiction which appeals to non-Christians and Christians alike. On occasion you will find books relating to amateur radio here.