[Spellyans] The Beast of Bodmin Moor: Best Goon Brèn
kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com
Mon Jan 9 14:16:48 GMT 2012
Id love a copy of the Podcast as this can be played on a Kindle while
reading the .pdf.
Hope the Calibre eLibrary/Converter proves useful (previous eMail reply sent
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From: spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net]
On Behalf Of Eddie Climo
Sent: 08 January 2012 09:10
To: Standard Cornish discussion list
Subject: Re: [Spellyans] The Beast of Bodmin Moor: Best Goon Brèn
On 2012 Gen 7, at 12:09, Herbie Blackburn wrote:
Will we begin to see books like this in eBook form?
Gwask an Orlewen has already been doing this for quite a while, with an
increasing number of free electronic publications, mostly e-books in PDF
format. All of those are available from our web store, and the latestand
biggestbatch are connected with our printed bilingual edition of the
classic festive poem, 'Twas the Night before Christmas, by Clement Clarke
Moore. That book contains the original English text, together with 2 Cornish
translations: one by Nicholas Williams (in KS), the other a UC one of my
In addition, there are NINE e-freebies; altogether, as our forthcoming
catalogue details, the set comprises:
23 An Noswyth kens Nadelek / The Night before Christmas
23a) printed edition (UC+KS+Eng.)
23b) free: Cartennow Nadelek / D.I.Y. Christmas Cards (PDF,
23c) free: bilingual e-book (PDF, Cornish+English)
23d) free: short film (YouTube, Cornish)
23e) free: short film (YouTube, English)
23f) free: audio podcast (MP3, Cornish)
23g) free:bilingual e-book (PDF, Cornish + Norwegian)
23h) free:bilingual e-book (PDF, Cornish + French)
23i) free:bilingual e-book (PDF, Cornish + German)
23j) free:bilingual e-book (PDF, Cornish + Italian)
The little films are available on our new YouTube channel (along with our
Jan 2012 offering: a couple of short Beatrix Potter films), while the pocast
(which is actually the sound-track from the Cornish film 23d) hasn't yet got
a home on the Webany offers? I'll happily send a copy on request, though.
One of my favourites in the bunch might well appeal to Dan(23i) is the
bilingual e-book in Cornish and German, featuring a delightful German
translation by the author Erich Kästner. Perhaps it's due to spending part
of my childhood living there, but I find German just fits Christmas
perfectlyStille Nacht, heilige Nacht always brings a tear to my eye! As for
Glühwein and Stolle
Sorry there's nothing in ePub format, but I've yet to find a good
(preferably free!) converter program for MacOS X.
Bledhen Noweth da dhys.
Eddie Foirbeis Climo
Gwask an Orlewen
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