May 17, 2011 · 12:04 am
Hardbacks, paperbacks and now ebooks too. What do they have in common? They’re old news.
You could be reading – or publishing – your next book on a T-shirt. Continue reading →
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July 30, 2010 · 12:12 pm
Finally - the truth about pandas. All these years the Chinese have been fooling us. According to Fuxing Man they're really just dogs in disguise. Click on the pic for more.
Got a letter yesterday. Personal, important looking. But not a bill. Could it be… a book response? Too small to contain a returned manuscript. Good news? Bad news? Palpitations… Continue reading →
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