Tag Archives: paperback

Which Story Did You Read

Tell a story to a friends and each will hear something different. Eight people listening to one person’s story about an unrequited romance may hear nobility, stupidity, innocence, bad timing, glaring blind spots, social commentary, humor, or hope. And, that’s … Continue reading

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Learning To Find Joy

A friend had a bad day. There’s a lot of that going on. (Want to read my story? Check out my other blog.)  We call to check on each other as good friends do. His day required a list of … Continue reading

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English Words And Scottish Photos

Maybe unintended consequences are more common than methodically accomplished goals. I went to Scotland for a vacation. I didn’t go to write a book, though I am an author. I didn’t go to produce a photo exhibit, though I am … 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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Hello Paperback

You asked for it. It’s here. And I’m happy to provide it. I will now define those pronouns. You: Those people that wanted a paperback version of the book; either because you didn’t want to read it as an ebook, … 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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