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The NOOK 1st Edition bites the dust

Originally posted on The eBook Evangelist:
Barnes and Noble notified customers by email today letting them know that as of June 29, 2018, they would not longer be supporting the NOOK 1st Edition. The e-reader had a 6″ e-ink screen and a smaller color screen which was used to navigate the device. I never used…

Reading & Author Event: Karen Anderson & Yvonne Stephens  Sat,June 9 @ 4PM @HorizonBooks, Traverse City

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
Reading & Author Event: Karen Anderson & Yvonne Stephens Saturday, June 9, 2018 @ 4PM Horizon Books, Traverse City Essays and poems will be the focus of a joint reading by Karen Anderson and Yvonne Stephens on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at 4 p.m. at Horizon Books.  Both writers…

Agree or disagree?

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
Every CHALLENGE you ever conquered was a MOUNTAIN before you climbed it, and not a mountain at all afterwards. Agree or disagree?

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #Nepal #memoir Four Seasons in Nepal by Nicola McGunnigle

Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 9.2

Limerick – Jemsbooks – Clarence Henry the Hermit Crab!

Originally posted on JEMSBOOKS:
LIMERICKS FOR JEMSBOOKS! Here is a Limerick for one of my newest books #10 (2018), Clarence Henry the Hermit Crab, about a pet we had in one of our fish tanks (saltwater). I have had lots of fun writing limericks for my previous books. I just  had to do one for Clarence…


Originally posted on beetleypete:
A lot of people these days have scant regard for history. Whether local, national, or world history, they think it has little or no relevance to their lives. It was something that happened at a time that didn’t concern them. A time when there was no Internet, video games, or fast-food…

Review: Search for Maylee

Review: Search for Maylee

Originally posted on Inspiration Pie:
From Goodreads: Since Maylee was abducted from her high school the very month of graduation, her Aunt Autumn has never lost hope in finding her. It’s been three years. Autumn has finally reached inside herself and found the courage to track down an old lead. She moves across the country…

Fifty Years Ago Today: Robert F. Kennedy

Originally posted on From the Pen of Mae Clair:
I originally ran this post back in 2013, but it seemed appropriate to rerun it today. I hope you’ll indulge me . . . If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you probably know there are a few things I’m passionate about: Writing…

Bird watching…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
My son’s garden is surrounded by trees and they are full of birds of every variety. It is a joy to watch them and listen to their constant song every day, but, at this time of year, we are always on tenterhooks, waiting to see what will…


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