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Here, here. You have it, there is nothing to add but my heartfelt support.
Toggle Commented Jan 10, 2011 on The Weight of Our Words at
I would __love__ to get one of these, particularly as you only shipped to the US and Canada before, so if the dice pick me, let me say up front that I will (of course) pay whatever extra postage you deem necessary (within reason ;-) ), and well *fingers crossed*!
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Yes, yes and thrice YES! Please do it; I'd love some more of your fiction, and being over here in the UK I can't very easily make it to the conventions where you sell the Chapbooks :-)
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So... I left my flat this morning to see this (see pic), and suddenly I was very glad of thick leather boots and my hat, if you know what I mean. It is disturbing how comprehensively the UK can be ducked up by 2 to 4 inches of snow... *shakes head* Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2009 at maleghast's blog
Yet again I am trapped on a sodding expensive train that has nowhere for me to sit, and has spent mote than half the journey to London on the speed-limited relief line due to Network Rail's complete lack of anything remotely approaching gumption. What the fuck am I paying for here? Certainly not service, that much is clear. I am going to be late fir work, once again, and yet again it is NOT my fault... "Oh you should get up earlier, to allow for transport problems" - yeah I can hear you *frown* NO, for £400 a month I... Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2009 at maleghast's blog
Well hello there, dear reader... I have some pretty exciting news - I've been invited to contribute some work to an exhibition being curated by and "starring" the work of Scott Church, over in Pennsylavania... Here is the flyer - if you are in any way able to attend I know you'd be welcome: You can see the images that I am contributing to the show here: My Submission I warn you now, none of the images are really Safe For Work, but neither are any of them involving anything more than 'tasteful nudity', at least in my opinion... Please... Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2009 at maleghast's blog
So, now I have a MicroBlog; Ho Ho Ho ;-) More to follow... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2009 at maleghast's blog
Oh yeah, I Dugg it too... You or anyone else can Digg it via the button on my blog entry (linked above) or by visiting Digg (clearly).
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Hey there Wil, I have blogged my thoughts here: and copied that to the Lulu page for the World Edition. Thanks so much for "Sunken Treasure" - it made my week, well your book + Elizabeth Gilbert at TED made my week, but you gotta like being in that company ;-)
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All ordered! Really looking forward to this coming through my door. Good luck, hope you make many many sales, mon ami :-) TTFN
Toggle Commented Feb 12, 2009 on sunken treasure goes on sale at WWdN: In Exile
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So cool! Thanks for sorting this out; I'm looking forward to being able to order this... Bravo, mon ami :-)
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Why is it that I get NSFW, but whenever I see 'SFW' the very first thing that goes through my mind is "SO FUCKING WHAT?" (from movie called SFW starring Brad Dourff and Reese Witherspoon). Am I that in love with cursing..? Help me Wil... ;-)
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Hey there Wil, I totally dig where you are going with this, and I think you are definitely doing the right thing - I for one count myself as a 'core fan' of your output, and have every intention of buying your next book (I'm loving reading "The Happiest Days of our Lives" and am Shill'ing for it on my blogs - and ). Moreover, I am hoping that I might be able to do the same with photography, so I hope to see what you achieve and will be following your success and problems with a keen interest. I wish you the very best of luck mon ami, and whatever happens, keep writing :-) All the best, Oliver
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Please do offer shirts - I've been reading your blog and your books for years now, and I'd love to trumpet my fandom from the rooftops; well from my chest and / or back :-) FWIW, I would agree with everyone else who said it: just say "no" to cafépress. Other than that, go for it. As long as there are options for shipping to the UK I will be buying.
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