From the Inside Flap
This book is easy reading. Read it through before doing anything that is suggested. It won't take long. Maybe an hour or two. When I wrote this book, I got a permit to legally make alcohol. I'll tell you how you can get one too. I'll show you how to make simple and safe alcohol. Don't be frustrated by any complex magazine articles or technical books you have read on making fuel. I have read some of them. It would cost a fortune to buy the materials they suggest. Some of their technical jargon would scare an engineer. I don't have much money. So I used whatever I had on hand to make my alcohol fuel still. I'll show you my simple way--the way mountain folks made it from things lying around in the yard. I hope you enjoy this trip. I plan to update this book soon so let me know if you want me to contact you when the new edition is available. I would enjoy any feedback you have regarding making or using alcohol or any other alternative fuel. You may contact me th! rough my publisher at: Jim Wortham c/o Marathon International Book Company, PO Box 40, Madison, IN 47250-0040 U.S.A. Please enclose a stamped self-address envelope for my reply. Or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Author
Jim Wortham continues to research and experiment using alcohol as fuel. You can reach Jim by e-mail: email@example.com.