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Do It Different

It’s been a while. So it goes with the life of a non-fiction book. As a person they live the events. As a writer they spend months or years turning memories and notes into stories. As an author they lose … Continue reading

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Scots Power

Want to read reviews, or check on a book’s popularity? Go to amazon and rummage around. I do that daily, especially after I publish a book. When I check in amazon shows me what’s happening in the US and Canada. … Continue reading

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Paperback Celebration

“I want to buy the book version . . . ” Glad to hear it. Here it is! Walking, Thinking, Drinking Across Scotland by Tom Trimbath is now available as a paperback. Thank you createspace. Two months ago I published … Continue reading

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The Locals Speak

What a relief. Welcome to the anxiety inducing act that is writing about someone’s neighborhood. Each sentence I wrote about Scotland made me wonder about who I’d met. How would the B&B owners react? What about the people I walked … Continue reading

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Pub Over Pulpit

Authors love reviews. Well, authors are like anyone else as they anticipate opinions, a mix of anxiety and eagerness. Reviews are changing, and sometimes the best ones are not written down. Twenty years ago, reviews were hard to get, written … Continue reading

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