Sometimes I get so focused on my three books published by Bedazzled Ink that I forget about the other one lurking in cyberspace. As I visited my Goodreads Author Page the other night, something I do infrequently, I noticed a newish five star review for Then, Now and In-Between: Place, Memories and Loss in Oregon.
If you are a frequent visitor to this blog, you might like to know you can – for less than a cup of decent coffee- buy this e-book, a collection of 49 blogs on 201 pages. I might jokingly tell you it is a small, select group that owns a copy. I haven’t sold many; after all the content is free on my blog albeit more painstaking to read entirely as individual blogs. That being said, I’d love to get more copies out.
I released this book on Oregon’s birthday, February 14, 2020, not realizing yet how the pandemic would change our lives in less than a month. I dedicated it to our dear friend Karen. Read more about its release and visit Amazon to view its table of contents and introduction.
Although I’m a fan of paper books (and independent bookstores), I had so many images to include, it made sense to publish only as an e-book. Although I did self-publish it, I appreciated my publisher’s hand in helping me format it.
So, if you know someone who likes to read about Oregon and hasn’t yet discovered my blog this might be a fitting, inexpensive gift to upload onto an iPad, Kindle, Nook or iBook! They might even prefer it to a cup of coffee. This once.