Sunday, November 29, 2015

Book Release!



Everybody knows Randy!  

If you haven't met him in person, you know his blog, Mobile Kodgers.

Today, Randy released an e-book of poetry about life on the road - a subject he knows well after 40 years of full-timing. We teamed up to edit his vast collection and had a blast doing it.

His writing provides insight into his gypsy lifestyle, the people and places he's encountered, with a dash of his philosophical musings.

Click on the book cover for the Amazon.com link.

13 comments:

  1. Thank you Kim for the announcement and especially for the support, guidance and expertise you've given in this project.
    I wish for everyone that they should meet an appreciator like you who has the knowledge and skills to make their best self shine.

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  2. I ordered it....looks to be some great winter read!

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  3. Just bought my copy. Thanks for providing the link and for the work you did to help make this happen.

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  4. I've followed Randy for a number of years. A very unique individual which I hope to meet one day. Thanks for assisting him with getting published. Got to find my Kindle. ;-)

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  5. This is SO wonderful! We will be blessed by the book (ordering now), and Randy was blessed to have your help and support. Way to go you two!! Can't wait to read it.

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  6. Just bought my copy. Looking forward to reading it! Thanks for the heads up.

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  7. The first poem has similar scansion and rhyming structure to one of my favorites: The Cremation of Sam McGee, so I already like the book. Thanks for posting this!

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  8. Please tell me the title of your newest post, along with no dialog, isn't what I think it may be.

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    1. Uh-oh. That was supposed to be deleted. No - going to continue the blog. Sorry about the glitch.

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  9. Another blogger bites the dust?

    I hope that the reason the post disappeared is that you changed your mind. So many people don't *do* facebook.

    You'd be missed. Wishing you good luck and happy trails, no matter what!

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    1. I did change my mind, Cyndi. Thanks so much for your kind words though. Stay tuned for the next adventure!

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