Round up of 2008's posts • 5 January 2009 • The SnowBlog

Round up of 2008's posts

I thought I'd do a round up of my favourite Snowblog posts in 2008. Rob explains the Christmas where it nearly all went wrong for us. Our entry for the Innovation nibbie which we won. Rob's clever mnemonic for apostrophes. I repeat it because a lot of email and writing I see from people within publishing get's thi's wrong. Knocking socks off via XSL. Find out more at OnixCentral. The amazing predictive powers of Rob. Back when it all started... On the nature of independent publishing. Not much better on the inside. Rob On Writing Winning stuff In Which We Meet Dyfed's Cat In Which We Meet Sarah's Pony On productivity Rob On Fabrics State of the Union Bookbackers: an idea Prizetastic Lord, that's only up to July and this is taking ages. It'll just have to be a review of the first six months of 2008. I have things to do, you know. 2009 to conquer, and all that.


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.

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