AUTHOR’S CORNER: Opening Paragraph

Good morning campbellsworld visitors and readers from all over the world.

This morning author Abbie  Johnson Taylor has stopped in to share a link to her blog post concerning the opening paragraph to her latest book.

Also, in this post she has an important message to share.

Please be sure to visit the link provided and please do let her know in the comment section what you think.

If you share, please do so from her blog.

***FYI

If you’re a follower, or visitor who has trouble with commenting please email me at:

patty.volunteer1@gmail.com

with your comment and I will post them for you.

Thanks for visiting the Author’s Corner today and do come again soon.

 

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6 Responses to AUTHOR’S CORNER: Opening Paragraph

  1. Thank you, Patty, for the re-blog.

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    • Patty says:

      You’re welcome.

      I do hope readers will read your book and that those qualifying for NLS books will call your library and request the book.

      Do you happen to have a phone number for them you could post here?

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      • Yes, it’s 800-453-4293. However, I think people need to go through their own libraries, but if I’m wrong, please let me know, and I’ll make this number more public in order for readers to expedite their own book orders.

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      • Patty says:

        Well, that might be true. I did not think about that. Well, the number is there, at least, people in your area, will not have to look for it. Might be, that someone is out there reading, who doesn’t know about the services maybe they live in your area, it might need that number. Who knows? We will leave it, and I will let you know if I learn anything about this. I do have someone I can write two and ask. Thanks have a great rest of your day.

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  2. In just a few minutes, I’ll be calling in to the Utah library’s book discussion group meeting. I can ask the librarian.

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