Cornucopia IV

I reckon all indie and small publishing companies ought to at least take a squiz (Aussie slang for ‘look’) at this blog,  Ebook Bargains UK Blog.  Don’t let that ‘UK’ bit fool you. This blog is about the global ebook picture. There are more things in heaven and earth than Amazon and the US markets. (to not-quite mangle the Bard

Also for Indie authors … IndieReCon starts tomorrow. (25th February) Check out the Presenters.  Plus they have a Grand Prize and giveaways,  and … everything!

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I knew it. The Kitteh Revolution has begun – they didn’t need to grow opposable thumbs after all!

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To celebrate our third straight day of snow here on Widder island, (there’s about 40cm –16-ish inches – right outside my window) here’s a video that did the rounds during the festive season just past … also perfect for a snowy Monday in February …

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9 comments on “Cornucopia IV

  1. Erin says:

    I’ll have to check out that blog. No time for the Indie ReCon, however.

    And I’d just as soon we move on to spring now! :)

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    • Widdershins says:

      You and a goodly portion of central/eastern Canada and US … I’ve only been reading the regular posts for a week or so, and I’m still boggled by how many opportunities there are out there … “note to self – must write more so I can get it ‘out’ there!”

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  2. jannatwrites says:

    That was a cool kitty video – nice effects! (Their claws sometimes feel like that- seriously :) )

    I took a peek at the blog… looks like they post some interesting stuff!

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  3. londonmabel says:

    Day three into that snow I suspected I should have built an ark!

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  4. That Wolverine cat was great!

    I checked into IndieReCon a bit, mostly just reading transcripts. I don’t see the big advantage of live, since it takes so much longer. :)

    I’ll have to look at the blog you mentioned.

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    • Widdershins says:

      IndieReCon – I’m not overly enamoured with the lack of engagement with the people who have done nothing more than write a post. The whole point of a Con (of any variety) is to engage with others who are there for the same reason! It’s not like the technology isn’t available. What is fascinating is that they use a variety of platforms, twitter, facebook, live chat, static videos, and live chats on the website.

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