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Cathi Bond Reviews #lightwebdarkweb

Cathi has a review up at Rabble right now, looking at #lightwebdarkweb: Three Reasons to Reform Social Media Be4 it Re-Forms Us. The book is by author and lecturer Raffi Cavoukian, better known as children's troubadour, Raffi. You can find Cathi's review here. Please check it out!

The Sniffer, April 28th, 2013: Trends in Books, Bars, and Cathi!

9781927403624-Perfect.indd Big news! Cathi Bond's fabulous novel, Night Town, is coming out! It's a wild ride that tells the story of Maddy, a teenager from small town Ontario who finds herself in the exciting, but seedy and scary, mean streets of Toronto. You can find out more about the book at Cathi's author page, here. Cathi's official book launch is May 13th at the Imperial Pub from 6:00-8:00 pm. Please come and say hi if you're in the Toronto area! More importantly, buy the book here or here. Further to the future of publishing, Cathi and Nora talk about APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur. That's Guy Kawasaki's take on the future of publishing, where a self-publishing author also takes on the role of entrepreneur. It's part of a write-up on self-publishing over at PSFK. And where do you like to have coffee in the morning? How about a public toilet? Attendant is a new coffee house in London created from a refurbished Victorian public lavatory. Nice porcelain! Check out the pictures over at Inhabitat