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How do YOU read a book? — 3 Comments

  1. I Diane, so nice to see you here this morning. Yes, it has been some time since we talked. Like you, I get swamped at times and when that happens I miss a lot of messages – that can happen in a day or two.

    It’s hard to keep up at times.
    I will stop by and visit your site and see what you have been doing.
    Right now,

    I have 4 published books on Amazon. I have a completed draft ready for my next chapbook – I am calling it “Primavera: When Spring Break is Over,” and it is a collection of Spring-themed poems.
    I am doing a revision of my first published book, Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage as it is now out of print.

    For some time, I wanted to revisit that book and write an expanded version of it so that is my current project. I plan to have it completed and ready to send out to the book designer and editors by the end of December. Meanwhile, I am working on another full-length book and my working title for it is “Gifts of the Spirit,” and it will be a companion to my book, “Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems.” This all keeps me occupied, for sure. Thanks again for your nice note.

  2. I love to read from an actual book too. Digital books are not inviting at all for me. I have listened to audio books and enjoyed them, but as you said, it’s not the same at all. I am so thankful that I have my sight and can read books. By the way, my website is now compliant so you can listen to what I write there.

    It’s quite a while since I dropped by here. I seem to get behind in my e-mails as some days I just don’t want to turn the computer on. That means I often just have to delete some things that I would normally follow through to read. I haven’t even written a new blog post for some weeks now.

    I hope all is well with you. I have been busy and staying well. I recently published a coloring book, a new type of project for me.

    God bless you Lynda.

Lynda McKinney Lambert - American Author
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