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‘Tell it like it is’ Tuesday – Anyone for tennis?

Ahoy there! Well, it’s Wimbledon time again. The supermarket aisles are stocked with Pimms and there isn’t an uncultivated strawberry in sight. Oh and it’s raining! But wait, it was also Glastonbury a few days ago. What did you expect?

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‘Tell it Like it is’ Tuesday ~ February 2013

Ahoy there! Did someone say it was Tuesday? The first Tuesday of the month by any chance? Hmm, well, in that case – it’s time for a bit of TiLiiT! Like the new logo? đŸ˜‰ Don’t worry, it won’t be that

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Welcome 2013 and hello ‘Tell it Like it is Tuesday’!

Ah, there you are? Did ya miss me? Did ya? Come on, admit it, you know you did… So, here we are: 2013. The fact that I just typed that means that the world didn’t end (again) as predicted and

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‘Banning the Bullshit’ Sunday: ‘2012: The Fifth World’ by Edward G. Talbot

Well, at least BtB is back in it’s rightful place – on a Sunday (and free of bullshit, I might add). Sooooo, fellow ebook-eaters, what does this Sunday have in store then? Hmmn, well, I wanted something different this week.

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‘Banning the Bullshit’ Sunday – on a Friday: The London Book Fair (baby!)

No, I don’t mean it was a smaller event than usual, it is from one of THE greatest and funniest shows that I have ever seen (aside from Ab Fab and Will & Grace, that is) ‘Friends’. See here? London,

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The power of ‘Zon and the case of the missing best-seller: Amazon add ‘career destruct’ option for indie authors

No, it’s not some snazzy title for a work in progress fantasy/sci-fi novel (although I can almost see the cover image now!) this is a serious blog post. A very serious post indeed. Usually, I reserve my SM0D&L blog for

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Changing slides

Here on SMoD&L, we like fresh blood. As summer (did I miss it?) fades and gives way to Autumn, the theme will change with it; so from the happy, bright and sparkly, we will slowly tone the hue down until

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