“Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with A Remarkable Man”
By William Shatner with David Fisher.
I recommend this book as a journey of life encompassing a shared career and friendship between actors that I enjoyed growing up.
Listening to Mr. Shatner’s excellent narration to share his love of Leonard Nimoy was a privilege and a priceless gift of insight into what makes a career and friendship.
I am a Star Trek fan growing up and in my 55 years of enjoying Mr. Shatner and Mr. Nimoy in all their many roles I found this book a gift that helped me to see the beauty of pursing a career and how it impacts living life to the fullest.
I’m thankful that I took the time to listen to this well written book.
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Plain Harry – I recommend Check Out Kindle version follow Link.
Click link above to check out Lindsay’s latest book.
Lindsay Townsend Great Books to check out
New title out Plain Harry Sweet Medieval – I’m going to check out this book for my summer reading – see the links above to do the same.
Lindsay delivers interesting characters and well researched historical fiction. I enjoy her writing. The dialog is believable and the rhythm of the words flows with no effort from the reader.
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There’s a new book out there for all that enjoy historical romance. Check out the link below to find out more:
Link to Lindsay’s Website
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Line for tickets at the July 9th Turn The Page Bookstore Book Signing Event in Boonsboro Maryland
Beautiful weather and people at the July 9th Event at Turn The Page Bookstore at 18 N. Main Street, Boonsboro MD 21713 – follow this link for more information about the event: http://ttpbooks.com/category/VB.html
The authors all the authors and staff had smiles. I enjoyed talking about the books they write and the libraries we both support.
Here are the pictures from the event with the authors:
July 9th, 2016 Books on Display for the Book Signing at Turn The Page Book Store
Gage Shepherd 1st in line and busy with book signing.
Hagerstown and Washington County historical account of how the Civil War impacted the people living in the war zone.
Mom and daughter writing team. Lisa loves libraries and said Hi to my librarians in Minneapolis, Minnesota – Hennepin County Library.
Maya Banks writes great books with excellently developed characters. I haven’t read any from Kendra yet more to follow as I work my way through her book.
Samantha Chase greeted us in the line and gave us a very nice pen with stylus top for tablets – thanks much, Samantha. The book I bought during the event will be the first I’ve read from you.
Thanks for the picture and signatures, Nora and for hosting the event for the Fans of your writing. I’m glad you support libraries and literacy for everyone.
Thanks to Laura for taking all the pictures with Nora and organizing the social media accounts and Fan events.
Eva and I after the book signing event – happy to have met so many of the Authors we enjoy reading.
Support for the troops evident in Boonsboro on all the lights along the downtown street. Thanks for all that have served and continue to serve USA.
Boonsboro Flowers I found after the Book Signing Event
Sunflower plants found after the book signing in Boonsboro, Maryland
Rose at the perfect point to before the peddles start to fall. I found this Rose in Boonsboro, Maryland backyard garden – thanks to those that garden.
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I just realized I hadn’t published my April 11th, 2015 Book Signing Event. The July 18th Event announcements reminded me that I have pictures to share so I’m posting them now.
When I go to the book signing events in Boonsboro Maryland I go for a long weekend. In April I left Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 9th and arrived at Washington, DC the same day courtesy of Delta Airlines. I had a beautiful flight, from rainy and snowy weather to white fluffy clouds.
View from my airplane window as my plane prepared for take off from Minneapolis MN. Left rainy and snowy weather for Maryland.
Fluffy cloud view from my Airplane window as I travel to Washington, DC.
View from shuttle from Reagan Airport in Washington, DC – Cherry Blossom weekend was in full swing.
South Mountain Welcome Center close to Hagerstown, MD
I have more pictures from the trip I’ll share on my picture sharing blog at Moments to Share Along the Way
Now I’ll share the pictures from Turn the Page Bookstore April 11th, 2015 book signing event.
Standing in line for the April 2015 book signing event at Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe in Boonsboro MD
Two ladies, Connie and Sharon, I met while waiting in line for tickets to the book signing. Every event I meet new book lovers. This time one of the ladies is in Health Care profession too.
Picking out our books after we have our tickets.
Robin Kaye thanks for signing books and letting me take your picture.
Jennifer Probst thanks for the signature and the picture.
From Left to Right Christine Trent, Adam Pelzman, Shayla Black
Thanks Christine Trent for writing great books, posing for pictures and signing books.
Shayla Black thanks for the picture, signing my book and writing excellent stories.
Kat Martin thanks for posing for the picture, signing your book and sharing your stories with your fans.
Nora Roberts signing “The Liar” the book I bought at Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe. I enjoyed the story of Shelby Foxworth and her search for truth about herself and her life. Well written book that keeps your attention riveted. My thanks to all of the Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe staff that do so much to make the book signing events a success every time I attend. Thanks to the authors that smile and sign all the books all day long.
Eva – thanks for being at the events and making the whole experience meaningful beyond the book signing to getting to know the whole area. I’m glad I met you.
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Sarah Addison Allen to sign at Turn the Page on Saturday – Herald Mail Media: Life.
Great bookstore on main street Boonsboro MD. More than books are available virtually and in person. Check out the website at: TTPBooks.com.
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Nora Roberts Book Signing Today http://ttpbooks.com/category/VB.html in Boonsboro MD at Ttpbooks.com.“Obsession In Death” to be signed by JD Robb. More than books at Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe I’m attending virtually.
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I’m traveling to Boonsboro, Maryland for the November 1st book signing event at Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe see this link for further details: http://ttpbooks.com/category/VB.html
I’ve been listening to the In Death Series on digital audio and just completed book 20 in the series.
This title is available via this link: http://ttpbooks.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Store_Code=TTPB&Screen=PROD&Product_Code=1AUDIOJDRa20
Summerset shines in this continuing story of the crime busting, Lieutenant Eve Dallas. 10 year old Nixie Swisher finds solace with Summerset when Lieutenant Dallas needs to keep her safe in the fortress Roarke built.
JD Robb writes several moving and vivid scenes in “Survivor In Death”. The most memorable was the trip to the morgue to take Nixie to say goodbye to her murdered family. Every time I read this section of the book I cry. It reminds me so much of those I’ve said goodbye to as a child and adult. The crowning scene though is when Nixie goes back to Lieutenant Eve and Roarke’s house and sits with Summerset. Brings tears to my eyes just remembering the moment between them. Take some time today and experience these touching scenes. This story is also a great Fall book – I love how Peabody describes the falling leaves and how bare the trees are after all the leaves have gone before the first snow falls. So true to the mid-west and New York too. May you find comfort for any loses you’ve experienced as you read “Survivor In Death”. Peace.
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I recommend “Festive In Death”, by J.D. Robb.
Trina needs to tag Eve in this story when a friend finds herself in a situation that demands the services of a murder cop.
J.D. Robb delivers in this fresh In Death tale of double crossing lovers and a conniving personal trainer.
I didn’t figure out who did the murder until the very end. The journey to finding the murderer is brilliantly interwoven with Christmas shopping, and preparing for the annual gala thrown at Lieutenant Dallas and Roarke palatial home.
J.D. Robb is an artist painting a word picture with fantastic dialog and narration that is completely engrossing. The world and characters that make up the In Death series is maintained and consistent with each new release. Festive In Death develops Trina in a new way without taking away from the core players that all fans love so well.
Susan Ericksen, In Death narrator in the audiobooks, does an excellent job bringing each character to life with her voice inflection and flowing delivery of the script. I purchased my copy with my iPhone at the iTunes store. Listening to the reading is like attending a play. Every move, feeling and expression is represented during the telling.
I appreciate both the hard copy and the audiobook each have their own gifts to bring to the story and reader.
Thank you J.D. Robb for writing another best seller that stays true to the beautiful characters you have created over the years. I also appreciate the signed copy – you know how to treat your fans and I’m happy to be one.
Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe http://ttpbooks.com/ is also something I’m grateful for – offering book signings both on site and virtually. I know it takes a lot of work to track all the orders and get them safely to their destinations. Thanks to one and all.
In Death Series Fan,
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Thanks to JD Robb for delivering another great murder mystery and for signing my copy. I appreciate all you do for your fans.
I’ll be at the November 1st signing. Saving my money but I did get a signed copy of Festive in Death loving the story so far. Eve rocks. Thanks JD Robb for the writing and the signing and Turn The Page Bookstore Cafe for hosting and mailing out all the virtual copies you all are the best brick and mortar business going and you never forget a customer order. I appreciate your dedication to customer service. See you in November along with Eva Cutter Coppersmith a great lady I met at the July 13th signing event in 2013. Love all of Nora Roberts & JD Robb fans. Peace.
Post below quoted from my Facebook News Feed:
We had a wonderful event yesterday! Thank you to all the authors who signed with us and for the fans who came out to meet them! Our next signing will be on November 1st and we have another great line up. You will get to meet Nora Roberts, Jill Shalvis, Kristan Higgins, Brenda Novak, Marie Force, Cara Connelly, Anne Barton and local author Pat Donohoe. We hope you can make it!
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