Prize season • 11 November 2008 • The SnowBlog

Prize season

Hey hey, it's prize entry season again. I've spent rather an enjoyable morning going through the last 12 months of the SnowBlog to remember what it is we've been up to. My main conclusions: 1) Rob is very funny, and 2) we relatively rarely blog about Snowbooks news. I am quite pleased with the second of those conclusions, because if every post was directing you to a review or a bit of coverage, or going on about how great we are, I imagine you'd stop reading pretty soon. So, a question: which sorts of snowblog posts do you like the best? The politics? The occasional links to Cute Overload? The publishing stuff? The business stuff? The (gulp) XSL stuff? I would be fascinated to know.


The SnowBlog is one of the oldest publishing blogs, started in 2003, and it's been through various content management systems over the years. A 2005 techno-blunder meant we lost the early years, but the archives you're reading now go all the way back to 2005.

Many of the older posts in our blog archive suffer from link rot. Apologies if you see missing links and images: let us know if you'd like us to find any in particular.

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