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I was told I should get a blog to get people to go to my author’s page. I suppose that’s a good idea, but I know little or nothing about blogging. I understand that most bloggers specialize in something. I just write about whatever I feel like writing about. One time I post something about this, the next about that.

I can see how that would be a problem for followers, especially for those who have special interest. However, I think I’d get bored just writing on one subject. So, every posting is different. One time it might be humorous, the next controversial. I like words, so you just might see one or two posts on them.

My wife gets angry at me for my interest in the origin, spelling and meaning of words. Occasionally, I’ll hear a word that will catch my attention and I’ll look it up. She just looks at me disgustedly and shakes her head. I’ll likely shy away from that subject. Not too many people share my interest in how English became English.

The post on Einstein was my hardest post, so far. He’d become so much a part of the family and it really hurt to see him go. Writing the story brought back many memories.

 

Many have suggested I include a photo of me.  I cheated, this is an old one.  I don't want to scare you away.  Also, Einstein is there with me.  You can look at him if I scare you.

Many have suggested I include a photo of me. I cheated, this is an old one. I don’t want to scare you away. Also, Einstein is there with me. You can look at him if I scare you.

Oh, by the way. If I’m going to steer you to my author’s page, I suppose I should tell you where it is.

http://www.amazon.com/author/story_teller

 

Please note that there is an underscore between story and teller. Most of the time, you should be able to click on it and you’ll be taken there automatically. If not, maybe you can copy and paste into the URL box. Failing in that, you can simply type it in. I think you’ll have quite a selection to choose from. I think there are currently 23.

You might want to get a copy of the short stories. Of all the books I’ve published on Kindle, these are true and factual. Besides, you just might find them humorous too.

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