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The Paperbook Collective

Recently good friend and fellow blogger John W. Howell had a short story published in an online zine, The Paperbook Collective.  (Okay, it was back in August, but at my age, it feels just like yesterday.) I was intrigued by the old-fashioned typeface used in the zine and the seemingly quirky personality of its creator (she made a Christmas out of books).  So I decided to purchase a copy of the issue.  Here’s what I got in the mail, all the way from Australia.

The magazine, a card, and a bookmark!

The magazine, a card, and a bookmark!

Up close and personal with the magazine.

Up close and personal with the magazine.

And a cool card that I might keep for myself, but display for others to enjoy :)

And a cool card that I might keep for myself, but display for others to enjoy 🙂

And a cool bookmark!  One cannot have too many of those!

And a cool bookmark! One cannot have too many of those!

And of course, the short story.

And of course, the short story.

I encourage all my readers to immediately head over to The Paperback Collective and start perusing the past and current issues.  Even better, click here and purchase hard copies of The Paperbook Collective and support Jayde Ashe in her effort to publish good writing and art work.

Categories: Blogging

Marie A Bailey

Writer, blogger, knitter, cat lover, and introvert.

16 replies

    1. I hope this does help. I’m sure the reblogs will. I am impressed with what Jayde is doing. And of course I would mention you 🙂 Your story is why I purchased the print copy 🙂

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  1. Wow, thanks so much for this incredible post Marie! I’m with John, this is a huge ‘aw shucks’ moment 🙂
    I’m so glad you like the magazine, and that it made its way across the globe to you in one piece. Thank you so much for purchasing a copy, it’s support like your that make grass-roots ventures like mine possible. And the epic writing by John W. Howell in each issue, of course. 🙂
    Thanks again, and I hope you have a wonderful festive season.
    Jayde.

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    1. Thanks, Jayde! I think this post has received the most Likes and reblogs of any of my other posts. I hope that results in more people reading and purchasing your magazine 🙂

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