The Best thing that’s Happened in the UK since Transportation

From the blog of award-winning Australian author Mark Dapin

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Fantastic news for the thousands of overseas readers of this blog: King of the Cross is now available from at the I-lose-about-ten-dollars price of £4.99. It’s being sold as “used-like new” from Oswaldley Bookstore, but all copies are actually new and Oswaldley is my mate Roger. Other dealers stock it, but only Roger’s are new. Buy it for your friends and family in the UK for Easter (it’s more traditional than a chocolate egg) or pesach (it tastes better than a burnt offering). It’s the ideal gift for birthdays, weddings, funerals, Anzac Day, Liberation Day (Italy) and the May Day holiday.
And if you are a young adult, or used to be a young adult, or know somebody who’s a young adult, you should also buy Roger’s own book, Echo McCool, Outlaw Through Time.
Imagine the thrill of owning two books by people who used to live in the same house. You can’t buy that sort of experience.
Well, obviously, you can. But you couldn’t until last week.

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2 Responses to The Best thing that’s Happened in the UK since Transportation

  1. You must all know half a dozen people at least who are of no use in this world. Who are more trouble than they are worth. Just put them there and say; Sir or madame. Now will you be kind enough to justify your existence? If you cant justify your existence, if youre not pulling your weight on the social rope, if you are not producing as much as you consume, or perhaps a little more, then clearly we cannot use the big organizations of our society for the purpose of keeping you alive. Because your life does not benefit us, it cant be of very much use to yourself. George Bernard Shaw.

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