Writing a book is a monumental task. Lots of people have helped, but the lion's share of assistance comes from the encouragement that I receive from the eBay community and those I've met when "doing it eBay."
If it weren't for Patti "Louise" Ruby's friendship and support as the tech editor for this book, I think I might have lost my mind. She helped me keep on top of the many changes on the eBay site and never said no to my seemingly endless requests.
Leah Cameron and Barry Childs-Helton (with whom I've been lucky enough to work before) were my editors on this book. Working with Leah is a dream. She's there to lend her unique style of savvy to my words. She truly "gets it" like no one else. And Barry cleans up after us both. You'd almost think there's no one on earth with such vast experience with the English language — especially Victorian nouns. (If anyone is really reading this and you find the Victorian noun in the book, e-mail me and I'll send you a prize.) I'm honored to have them as my editors; they help create the very best in the For Dummies series. Thank you, Leah and Barry.
Then, of course, I thank the management at Wiley. My publisher, Andy Cummings, and my acquisitions editor, Steven Hayes, both work hard to fill the world with instructional and entertaining books.