Happily Ever After
Life in The Rural Retreat with a beautiful wife, three cats, garden wildlife, a camera, a computer – and increasing amounts about running
Not A Word
by admin - 22:41 on 06 April 2011
There's been a deafening silence from Norman and Co during the past two days. Maybe he's still starstruck after greeting Big Eck.
Inquiries will be made tomorrow to determine whether printing of The Bumper Book of Black Isle Snappery has resumed and, if so, when it will be completed.
For the urgency is growing. Today, at the request of the Scottish Daily Mail's picture desk, I emailed its choice of snaps for a proposed double-page spread that could appear as early as this weekend. Also, the Highland Library Service has expressed an interest in acquiring ten copies of The Great Work – probably one for each library left open after the next council spending cuts.
Little progress has been made in finding an alternative short-run printer. Of our three candidates, one is quibbling about image file sizes, one has yet to present the promised sample pages, and one has yet to reply at all.
Self-publishing doesn't get any easier.
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