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Thinking got me thinking of you, so I looked you up and found your blog entry.
How are you? Hope all is well.
Would be great to catch up.
Russell (previous form being downstairs in Kentish Town)
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Would like to hear if there are still editions of Credit Crunch available? My e-mail: email@example.com
Vaguely the song stirs memories, of friends now changed. – am I a singular point – unchanged ?
But as always in our formative years things are cemented in our minds and our history if we look back we see the roots of who we are – writing memoirs – and they are – in such illustrative way must be a great release – my notes entombed in my moleskine will stay forever hidden
Very enjoyable .Very personable.Made me,happy made me sad- made me harpy and made me think.There’s a book of short stories waiting to come out .Ted.
pay and a cup of tay….;-]
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there’s always a problem
a beautiful work – congratulations – I want one
If anyone is interested in getting a copy, you can contact Chris directly through his blog: http://chris-mccabe.blogspot.co.uk/ They are going like hot cakes, and thanks to the commissioning agency Curious, they are a very affordable work of art.
No one seems to observe the first-things-first principle of Stephen Covey.
Lonely am I, therefore, in saying that unless a Living-Income-For-Everyone (LIFE) is recognized as the first of all human rights, we are condemned to supporting the system with our time and energy while trying to change it in our “free time”.
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I’ll be there!
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We purchased a lot of these gospels in 2014 to distribute to schools. To mark the 2018 centenary, we are thinking of distributing 4,400 door to door. Would that be possible to buy that many for Novrmber this year? Could you give us a price?
Well done for planning ahead! The distributors are SGM Lifewords and can be contacted here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the book’s product page: https://www.lifewords.global/shop/product/wwi-active-service-saint-johns-gospel/
I would like to buy a copy of this book when it is published. My details are below. Many thanks
Hello Victoria, the book is for sale on this page: https://www.henninghamfamilypress.co.uk/product/your-candle-accompanies-the-sun-by-sophie-herxheimer/
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That’s fine. Just add your shipping address in the checkout and the postage costs will be added.
Please note that you can sometimes get reduced shipping rates if you order through a bookshop in the USA. Our books are distributed through any Ingram company internationally to bookshops. They will be in stock at our distributor in less than a week and can be pre-ordered. “Dues” to bookshops will be fulfilled next week.
How much are these? And how to I go about getting one?
They are £50 +p&p. Enquiries can be directed by email at the moment, but a checkout button will be made later.
There is a reference in Sebald’s “The Emigrants” to his Uncle Adelwarth when living in Kyoto and hearing the cry of the hototogisu. Do you think Sebald was alluding to Basho’s haiku which roughly translated is,
“I am in Kyoto
hearing the cry of the hototogisu–
I yearn for Kyoto”
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