For fans of Apple™ iBooks™ : FREE Mammoth Volume of the Lost Canon of Douglas Gilbert

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The Lost Canon of Douglas Gilbert

The book and the poems all together that can be read on an Apple™ device, and it’s FREE from iBooks™:

The Lost Canon of Douglas Gilbert

— Douglas Gilbert

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2 thoughts on “For fans of Apple™ iBooks™ : FREE Mammoth Volume of the Lost Canon of Douglas Gilbert

    1.     Thanks. I miss you too. Many days, many storms, many brainstorms, and the Spring might shed its snow, and unfreeze the days that hop and skip over _______ [troubles or something… don’t know how to finish the thought]. The promise of Summer though Summer rarely keeps its promise… (never make friends with Summer — she’s a fickle one. Daisy May June the 4th is a better Gal to romp with, but she’s usually very busy… )
          I’ve been trying twitter advertising campaigns but nothing works. They’ve shown me the stats now and it’s ridiculous: I didn’t realize it but when I posted something on my own only 30 persons or things saw it and there were 0 clicks on my links. With the advertising there were 40,000 looks and 30 clicks on the link resulting in 1 sale at most. Not good odds.
          I might start proof reading my book again and start trying to work on my language project. I’ve been trying for years but it’s going nowhere. I have no idea how to make a “grammar” for it because I have no idea how the subconscious composes a dream. Drifting concepts is more like a dream language of some kind but I don’t know. When people talk to each other about a movie, they say “remember that scene when…”; if that scene had a name, that would be one word in a language. But it would have to be more systematic and standardized than that. But I have no idea what I’m talking about as usual.
          So I hope you’re well™ with the wishing well and can draw up the water of fulfillment or have a happy splash on a hot day.

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