And I had the good fortune in being able to speak with Nichola’s Mum, Sally Goddard as well, while they were here in Toronto.
Read more about Nichola and see why you can’t help but feel close to her.
I am so pleased that my book is available in more than book form, as many of you don’t have much time for reading the old-fashioned way anymore.
You can get an e-book version and PDF version, and audiobook – one for your Kindle, one for your mp3 player and now it is available on iTunes. Listen while you’re driving, ironing or cleaning up your inbox.
Listen on your iPad or iPod. iDon’t mind what you use, as long as you listen to it.
Tune in Tuesday, June 19th from 2 to 3 pm for our interview.
I am so pleased to announce my upcoming guests for the show.
April 20 – Author Mary K. Armstrong
May18 – Author Sarah Hampson
June 15 – Author Rona Maynard
July 20 – Author Ann Vanderhoof
Okay, so it’s not in Japanese, but check out Junkudo, where my book is available in between Arena, a book about “In the wake of the end of the Cold War and worldwide protests against corporate globalization， anarchism continues to attract new adherents among both aging leftists and new generations of young radicals,” and Case Files Pediatrics.
How cool is that?!
The author reflects on U.S. President Barack Obama’s economic policy. She claims that Obama’s New Deal-style socio-economic approach, which focuses on domesticating capitalism, is causing problems for the business sector.
Nah. I’m just talking about music and stuff…
I had the most amazing margarita in the cafe upstairs before the reading.
And beside Dan Hill, no less.
You can now browse through my book online! You can also buy an audio copy—listen on your iPod, mp3 player, in the car or on your computer! Get it on CD or download an mp3 file to start listening right away!
Or you can get it the old-fashioned way, paper – that way you get the photos! The 30 Second Commute: A Non Fiction Comedy About Writing and Working From Home - BUY YOUR COPY NOW!
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