- If you live in Australia, don’t forget to visit a Collins bookstore to check out our top selling posters! #
- Nice round follower-count today! We now have 660 Facebook fans and 400 Twitter followers. Thank you for your continuous support! #
- We’ll be releasing some exciting news that benefit our customers very shortly, and you, as our loving supporters, will hear the news first! #
- We’ve made an embarrassing mistake! The poster here: http://bit.ly/d1NRpL is not Moby Dick but 20,000 Leagues under the Sea! All is well now #
It looks gorgeous when framed doesn’t it?
You can find this Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea poster here: http://postertext.com/products/twenty-thousand-leagues-under-sea.
Also, don’t forget to visit a Collins bookstore if you are in Australia! You’ll be able to purchase our top selling posters there sometime next month (November).
- Paypal is donating $0.05 for every time someone tweets #BeatCancer Please tweet it. #
- We've just reviewed our ICANN info. for our domain on #Godaddy and got this coupon: BBCN10AF – save 20% on your purchase of C$40 or more! #
- A customer just ordered 1/3 of our entire poster collection. Thank you, James (UK)! #
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has won many many awards for her popular Harry Potter series. Well, she has done it again by winning the new Hans Christian Andersen Literature Prize. The award is awarded to authors whose work is comparable with the founder’s work. The award, however, is different from the Hans Christian Andersen medal, which is considered to be the “Nobel Prize for children’s literature.”
Next year perhaps, Rowling.
There’s been much discussion on Reddit about whether “low literature” is beneficial to young readers or not (seeing that they are usually the target demographics for these kinds of novels). I am with the notion that any book reading is good. Sure, there are some horribly written books with terrible grammar, plot and character development but it’s important that every developing mind receives various kinds of mental stimulation.
At least these books have people reading and not passively staring at moving pictures.