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  1. Hey! Great info, thanks! I just posted your info on my FB pagefor us New Yawkers who need a cool place to perch our heineys, LOL! take a look!

  2. Hi !
    Maybe you are interested in my little contest. Win A Amazing Cookbook and 100$. Have I nice day and best regards from Iceland Julius Juliusson

  3. If you enjoy memoirs, maybe you'd enjoy my "SCRABBLE WITH SLIVOVITZ" an account of more than 20 years of visiting Yugoslavia before its break-up in 1991.

  4. Book Review Request

    “What a delightful book. I will almost certainly revisit this endearing book, and I suspect I shall also remember it well in years to some.”
    ~Lynette Sofras, Smashwords

    I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange Anymore
    Hank Kellner

    Growing up in the fictional town of Meadowview, young Willie Watson objects to being required to play the part of an orange in the school play when he is nine and in the fourth grade. But that's just the beginning of his problems. As he continues through elementary school and into junior high school, Willie has to deal with the town bully; Christmas with his relatives; the death of a schoolmate; the loss of his girlfriend; the theft of a fountain pen, and his broken eyeglasses.
    But that’s not all. Willie doesn’t want to eat his peas; take the garbage out; deal with his troublesome kid sister; try to climb the ropes in gym class while his gym teacher harasses him, or have to stay after school until he’s “…old enough to grow a beard.”
    Readers will discover how Willy becomes a member of Brucie’s gang; what happens in the old movie house on Main Street; how feisty old Grandma inspires Willie, and much, much more.
    Included in this book are such chapters as "There Is No Santa Claus," "Oh Captain, My Captain," "The Dog in the Rhinestone Collar," "A Bird's Just a Bird," and "Hey Brucie, Your Sister Wears Long Underwear."
    I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange Anymore contains a wealth of humorous and often touching descriptions of a young boy's fantasies and life experiences as he grows up in a small town many years ago. This coming of age book is suitable not only for young adults, but also for older readers.

    About the Author: Hank Kellner is a retired associate professor of English. He is the author of 125 Photos for English Composition Classes (J. Weston Walch, 1978), How to Be a Better Photographer (J. Weston Walch, 1980), Write What You See (Prufrock Press, 2010), and, with Elizabeth Guy Reflect and Write: 300 Poems and Photographs to Inspire Writing Prufrock Press, 2013). His other writings and photographs have appeared in hundreds of publications nationwide.

    An eBook published at Amazon and Smashwords

    Thank you for your consideration,
    Hank Kellner

  5. I cannot find a link to a page for 2014 Immigrant Challenge reviews. If you are still actively hosting the challenge, please add one that is easy to find on your home page.

    My 2nd book for the challenge is Crimson Snow by Jeanne M. Dams:

  6. I still cannot find a link to a review page for 2014 Immigrant Challenge. My 3rd book for the challenge is Julius by Daphne du Maurier:

  7. My 4th book for the 2014 Immigrant Challenge is Death at Devil's Bridge by Robin Paige.

  8. My 5th book for the 2014 Immigrant Challenge is Death at Rottingdean by Robin Paige.

  9. My 6th book for the 2014 Immigrant Challenge is For the Love of Mike by Rhys Bowen