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After a Titantic struggle involving, among other institutions Llanelli County Court, the Welsh Wizard has finally rolled over and surrendered and returned the money he owed. (Over the summer he sent us a donkey that was really a mule and panniers that were no more than shopping baskets thereby ruining our promotional tour). Blogs previous have all the ...Read Full Post »
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For latecomers to the party an explantion of the picture on the ABOUT US page. Tan Tan Books had planned a long walk with a donkey this summer as part of a promotional tour. But due to the strange vicissitudes of the Donkey Owner, known as the Welsh Wizard, whose skull seems to be as thick as the mule he sent us, it has all had to be postponed. See blogs passim for details.
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|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on September 22, 2014 at 7:00 AM||comments (4)|
Heard an interview with a Scot on the BBC three days before the vote. He said he was going to vote No because, " He didn't think we were quite ready yet."
What? After 300 years?
Sometimes you've just got to gird your loins, pluck up your courage, take a chance and jump.
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Wikipedia makes the walls of their castle sufficiently high so that only the brightest and the bravest can scale them. This morning after an hour's work I was knocked back by someone calling him ( or her) self Mean Custard. This confirms a growing impression that sites such as Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook and Amazon are peopled by precocious 12 year olds. And certainly American. When I posted a short review for Tombola! by the political m...Read Full Post »
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The idea of adding music to a book is pretty new. In Tombola published in 2007 even if it was possible I dont think anyone considered trying to add the wonderful music of the Touareg that I was trying to describe. Now you just pop in a link. So in One Million Euro the music to which the pilgrims listen as they walk is easily accessible. Just go to the links page and follow the music section. If Mamani Keita does not warm your heart y...Read Full Post »
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on July 29, 2014 at 4:00 AM||comments (0)|
Some movement in the attempt to recoup the money the Welsh Wizard owes - and admits he owes. The new version of the old Small Claims Court is called Money Claim Online. Have started the ball rolling with them. A communication back from them states that unless the WW puts in a defense by August 3rd he is toast. A judgement will be issued against him. Which is then enforceable etc etc.
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|Posted by email@example.com on July 23, 2014 at 4:20 AM||comments (0)|
How to categorise a book that does not fit into a category? There is no slot into which any of these three books will fit. Counterpart sits uneasily between memoir and fiction. So what do we call that? MemFic? FicMem? One Million Euro and Tombola! triangulate a position between adventure, humour and polemic. This is a problem when it comes to selecting a category for the Nielsen book catalogue service. Perhaps there should be a final catc...Read Full Post »