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you are too damn good. I wasn't going to buy this game after the horror of AC3 but you have convinced me...

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Ok - i've downloaded the Google+ client - because I simply don't have time to keep going to the website and I need something immediate and in real time like Tweetdeck, so we'll see how useful G+ is. Not sure it's going to be that different, but I'll give it a go. People have said it's better than FB because it has easier groups, but i don't worry about friends-family-writing. Anyway-onwards!
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no problem at all! I haven't started using Gplus yet, because i haven't found an easy way to do it, but I will eventually, I guess! glad you like the site!
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Well this is depressing:

"In fact, if you have two or three books, traditionally published, that each sold, say, 5,000 to 8,000 copies, it will be so difficult to overcome that you’d be better off if you were a brand-new, never published author."
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That is surprising to hear, I thought it was always better to be an already published author? In such a case, maybe the author should publish under a different pen-name!
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There's a reviewer on Amazon that's really annoying me - it's obviously the same person but he leaves multiple reviews under different names e.g. toby from colorado and invariably leaves five stars then lists a load of other titles . grr. annoys me that bona fide reviews get deleted when this dick gets away with crap

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There ought to be a way to report him.
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I've been going there for years, the staff are friendly and welcoming, the cafe is basic but squeaky clean (it can get a little chilly in the winter) and the food is always gorgeous, mostly all home made and piping hot. Try the Sunday Roast with loads of fresh veg. They do a large range of snacks, cakes and drinks (no alcohol) and you can even bring your dog in although you need to sit in the seats nearest the door. Check the closing times during the winter, though, as it's not open every day.
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