Today I’m pleased to announce the release of a new favorite children’s book of mine, “Tales from the waterhole, by Michael Coates. I had the privilege of editing this book for Michael, and I’m so excited to see it in print at last! There’s nothing quite like seeing someone’s words finally come to life, and I can’t wait to get my copy. Michael has released his book in four different formats. I have listed the links below if any of you are interested in buying a copy for yourself.
Have a wonderful week!
Here is the link to the specialized hardcover version on Lulu.
Or, if you’re a fan of Amazon, you can buy the book in three different formats over there, with an audible version coming soon.
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If you’re an avid reader, lover of poetry, or just plain bored and need something to do, I have good news for you today. I’ve decided to offer my book, Beneath the Canopy, as a free download. My book will be available from 3/20/2020 – 3/24/2020. I hope all of you will enjoy it, and if you do decide to read it, I‘d really appreciate it if you reviewed it as well. Thanks in advance, and happy reading!
Please click on one of the links below to get your free copy today!
So I was recently on Amazon, fiddling around with my settings and exploring all that Amazon has to offer, when suddenly I came across, “The Dash Buttons.” At first I had no idea what these were; I had never heard of them and thought to myself… what newfangled gadget do we have here? Well, it seems that for the amazing price of just $4.99, (plus free shipping if you are a prime member), you too can have one of these strange awesome little gadgets. I know what most of you are probably thinking…. What the heck is a Dash Button? Well, for all of you who haven’t heard of these nifty little gadgets, let me tell you…
The Dash Button is a device that allows you to order common household items which you may be running out of. So for example, let’s say you’re running out of paper towels, trash bags, etc. You simply press the button on the device and it automatically reorders the product for you through your Wi-Fi signal. I started thinking, what’s next? Milk, eggs, cereal? Will we eventually be able to press a button for just about anything we need and suddenly a hover craft will appear and leave the items at our door? The capability is certainly there…. I am not only amazed, but a little scared to be honest. Reminds me of the old cartoon “The Jetsons.” All the Jetsons had to do, was simply press a button in their kitchen, and out would come their food. I always loved that cartoon… I’m simply amazed though, are we finally getting to the age of the Jetsons?