Hello Out There

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I am not ready for summer, are you? If I had a nice, lush yard with a sparkling pool, then maybe, but I live in a stuffy apartment in the heart of the San Fernando Valley.

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We are talking hot! Seriously hot, and it’s only June. 

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How will you cool off this summer? Do you have a vacation planned? Will you settle for day trips to the beach, or the ice parlor?

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Or will you just hide inside trying to stay cool while getting lost in a good book? On a Hot August Afternoon , Crashing Into Us , Beyond the Cracks , The Salacious Marny Ottwiler , Hanging From The High Wire & last but not least because it was the first! Searching For My Wand See how I did that? Click on any of these titles and just like that, you’ll have a great book to read!

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About bridgetstraub

Author, Artist & Mom. First novel "Searching for My Wand" was published in December 2011
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3 Responses to Hello Out There

  1. Those sound like some great books! Thanks 😀 Checking the 1st one out right now.

  2. Arlee Bird says:

    My wife and I will be leaving on a month long vacation in the second week of July. Going to visit our kids and grandkids back east with a stop in Tennessee to spend a week with my brothers and sisters.

    Yesterday was the first day this year I really started feeling some heat in the house and this morning seems to be an indication that today might be worse. We might have to break down and turn on the AC if it stays hot.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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