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If you’ve followed this blog, you’ll know that I love to read. In addition to hanging out at the local library, this online virtual library in today’s “I Knew That!” is my next favorite place for getting books (Ebooks). And, as mentioned in various blog posts here,  I did a summer reading program.  I just […]


The other day I was tuning in radio shows on the internet.  I happened to hear author Nelson DeMille on the Mark Simone radio show (WOR 710 AM out of  New York, NY).  You can hear the broadcast here. It seems Amazon.com isn’t being as open to writers and book publishers as one would think.  Approximately […]


As many readers of this blog know, I’m making more and more use of the local library. I recently finished reading  “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson.  It’s a terrific book! Now I’m working on “Eragon” by Christopher Paolini.  I’m also fitting in “Very Good, Jeeves” (the the Jeeves short stories by P.G. Wodehouse.) With all […]


When I graduated from high school, my parents gave me a very nice graduation party.  Friends and relatives arrived and I received a lot of nice gifts and good wishes. One gift stood out, though.  Keresztapa (my mother’s Godfather.  Keresztapa means Godfather in Hungarian) gave me the complete set of Sherlock Holmes books by Sir Arthur […]


Holmes

  One of the really generous things about my local library is their policy on borrowing both hardbound books and Ebooks. Hardbound books can be borrowed for 21 days and you can renew twice, online, with the simple click of a mouse.  This system allows you to borrow a book for two solid months before it needs […]


It’s been a while since I last updated this blog.  I’ve been busy.  Mostly, I’ve been drawing my cartoon features for print syndication.  The other past-time keeping me from this blog has been summer reading. As many readers know, I’ve posted about my love of reading and the books contained on my Kindle.  Since relocating, […]


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