28 Jan
2011
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Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town

I was recently contacted by the people at Kobo who specialize in online eBooks. They asked if they could use one of my previously blogged photos, “Three Girls and a Dock”  for the cover of the great Canadian writer and humorist Stephen Leacock’s novel, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. The novel was originally published in 1912 and is apparently based on his experiences around Orillia, Ontario. The novel is now part of Project Gutenberg along with many others and is in the public domain. You can download the book for free HERE.

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  1. Michelle says:

    Congratulations!

  2. Heather says:

    Hey there…how are you and Cindy doing? I received your email so I know you had a great vacation all ready!!!

    Congratulations on being “published”!!! I still feel you could do your own “coffee table” book! But…what do I know?

    I seem to have missed a great many photos since the fall…will have to catch up!
    Please say hello to Cindy…
    Cheers

  3. Jenn Jilks says:

    Well done, Ed. Rich and famous, you the man!

  4. Lizann Flatt says:

    Loved this book. Love your photo. Well done!

  5. Krista says:

    What an honour!

  6. Omigawd, I don’t come around here for a while and you’ve gone and got yourself all famous and published. Stephen Leacock, no less! One of my favourite writers – loved his story about banks. “They rattle me.” Gorgeous book cover. My, my you’re good!

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