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I’d just like to say a big thank you to the support guys at Kobo. For their sheer dogged professionalism when dealing with a troublesome nobody. I.E. Me. It may have taken a few days but they came up with the goods, and cynical old me is seriously impressed.
The royalty payments issue has a solution, which will be applied in the morning, UK time. The uploaded Kobo eBook editions will follow, and other distribution processes allowing, will be available shortly. For the first time in what seems an age I’m feeling guardedly optimistic.
At present I’m having a suspiciously nice time. Have just come back from a quintessentially British event called ‘The Pudding club‘ at the Three Ways Hotel, Mickleton, Gloucestershire, England. Kind of a dessert lovers medieval banquet without the food throwing, off key singing, mock jousting or cosplay. Their Bread and Butter pudding is a smooth revelation to the taste buds, surpassed only by the flavour firework display on the tongue called Lemon & Lime Charlotte. Laura and Jo conjured a booking for this very popular weekly event, seemingly from nowhere, bless both sets of their tiny cotton socks, and a good time was had by all. We even bought the cookbook. Recommended for the more mature foodie.