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Adventures from the eBook Frontier – Dispatch Thirty Three

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Ho ho ho! You thought I was dead didn’t you? Another lit blogger whose site is floating there lifeless in cyberspace.


No way! I was just resting and writing until this very cool email woke me up.

glad day

The folks at Glad Day Bookstore in Toronto have invited me to join a group of other authors to talk about their books, do some signings and slurp up some cider. Muchos gracias!

Mulled yummy cider.



So please come this Sat Dec. 14 at 1 o’clock to 598A Yonge Street and support Glad Day, over a dozen other fabu authors and if you’re stuck for cool gift ideas, why not buy everyone on your list a copy of Night Town?And of course, the others as well.



And here's the lip smacking tantalizing whip cream with caramel on top not to be missed list. Yummy. Rumours are flying that sex kitten or sex lion of the gay jungle Brad Fraser will als0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000o be there...

AND a repeat new Saturday. Y'all better be here is all I say or you will no longer be considered current. And you don't want that, 



1- 2 Kirk Dematas ( http://www.kirkdematas.com/ )

Giles Benaway ( http://gilesbenaway.wordpress.com/ )

2pm – 3pm
Zoe Whittall (http://zoewhittall.blogspot.ca/)
Liz Bugg ( http://lizbugg.com/ )
Cathi Bond ( http://www.cathibond.com/ )
Sarah Bertand ( http://inaparkproductions.blogspot.ca/ )

3pm – 4pm 
Michael Rowe ( http://www.michaelrowe.com/ )
Jeff Luscombe ( http://www.jeffreyluscombe.com/ )
Christian Baines

So come on down one and all..


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