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April 30th, 2012

April 30th, 2012 published on 17 Comments on April 30th, 2012

Hey! The Widdershins books have arrived! Come buy one right here right now, only £9.99 for 68 pages of full-colour shiny joy!

The Widdershins Book Club is also now open for business, which allows you to subscribe to receive each new book hot off the presses, and gets you some shiny extras too!

I’d super-appreciate it if you’d buy my silly wizard book! Thanks, all!

  • Threnodi

    Eep, I guess either Mal wears that scarf for a reason, or that tailor is -really- bad with the pins! 

    • Sulzala

       I’d wager the latter, because both pins were put in wrong. Or at least the left one from our side. (Please note: I base this assumption on how my mother puts them in. The right one could be a personal thing or something, but the left one is definitely wrong)

  • Eep, I guess either Mal wears that scarf for a reason, or that tailor is -really- bad with the pins! 

    • Sulzala

       I’d wager the latter, because both pins were put in wrong. Or at least the left one from our side. (Please note: I base this assumption on how my mother puts them in. The right one could be a personal thing or something, but the left one is definitely wrong)

      • TrueWolves

        From the future! turns out it’s just a scar for some other reason.

  • Sir_Krackalot

    Crotches and Gropes: Tailors of Family

    • svartalf

       The Wrong is very strong with this one…

  • Sir_Krackalot

    Crotches and Gropes: Tailors of Family

    • svartalf

       The Wrong is very strong with this one…

  • Steelraven

    Pins and Needles is now a family tattoo and body piercing shop. 

  • Steelraven

    Pins and Needles is now a family tattoo and body piercing shop. 

  • fairportfan

    Regarding your header appeal for us to whitelist the ads on this page – i can’t; the way Opera’s content-blocker works would whitelist every ad anywhere served from that source.

    • svartalf

      I knew there was a reason I liked Firefox and Chromium better (In addition to being automagic on Ubuntu Linux… :-D)   AdBlock’s a bit smarter than that.  ;-D

      • fairportfan

        Possibly i could get it that granular, since Opera lets you easily edit the blacklist, but i’d have to determine if the ads here have something unique in their address that i could use to whitelist them, meaning i’d have to poke about in the gubbins of the page’s code.

  • Regarding your header appeal for us to whitelist the ads on this page – i can’t; the way Opera’s content-blocker works would whitelist every ad anywhere served from that source.

    • svartalf

      I knew there was a reason I liked Firefox and Chromium better (In addition to being automagic on Ubuntu Linux… :-D)   AdBlock’s a bit smarter than that.  ;-D

      • Possibly i could get it that granular, since Opera lets you easily edit the blacklist, but i’d have to determine if the ads here have something unique in their address that i could use to whitelist them, meaning i’d have to poke about in the gubbins of the page’s code.

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