Picking up speed...

 

 

 

Writing & Books...

- -

 

A Parkside View...

 

Photography...

 

ComplemenTerry Designs...

 

Local Friends for Local Business...

 

 

 

 

Bad weather... behind-the-scenes projects... and, yes, a trip.

All things that slowed down a month of April from a massive wave of posts and material. And we're going to begin putting a lot of things bacn into motion around here this month.

We're working on interviews...

We've got some new essays...

There are projects that might just be close to an announcement soon...

So keep checking back!

(And... be sure to look around Now Playing for the latest details.)

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

A Parkside View:
Volumes 1 & 2

It was a wild thought. Not too crazy... not too unusual... but definitely an addition to the chaos. Starting a monthly newsletter and producing content that would be debut exclusively on its pages.

A Parkside View is a monthly release. Over its first two volumes -- July of 2016 to December of 2017 -- it contained eighteen original pieces and twenty-five From the Backpack efforts. Those forty-three essays, plus two written just for the new collection, are all included in A Parkside View: Volumes 1 & 2.

The tenth book Bob has published, it was released on March 6, 2018. You can find it in print and Kindle editions, available online in places such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

99-cents... 99-cents... 99-CENTS!!!

The first nine of Bob's published titles are available in print and Kindle editions. And... right now... every title released in 2017 or earlier is available for Kindle and the Kindle app at a price of 99-cents.

For more information about Bob and his published works, check out the Writing & Books area of Backpackville.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

It's the monthly newsletter... featuring at least two essays each month (with one taking a bow exclusively in A Parkside View).

If you would like to receive each edition...

  • To sign up, send an e-mail asking to be added to the distribution list. (Or, if using one of our pages on social media, a message will work.)
  • It is distributed by e-mail. Along with a short announcement in the body of the e-mail, a PDF file of the newsletter is attached.

We have some exciting plans for A Parkside View, and hope you'll be a part of this project by receiving it each month, and by sending along your feedback and suggestions for it.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Local Friends for Local Business

This month the Local Friends challenge is...

From the Garden

This month is all things garden for Local Friends. The supplies and plants you use to create your own personal garden. The places you go to find fruits and vegetables grown in another garden.

Around your home are plenty of places that can offer you the items you need to get your own garden up and running. Fencing... pots... soil... plants... tools and more.

A short drive from you are places offering up fresh produce, grown on local farms.

The challenge this month is to find the items you use to feed family and friends, from the stugg you grow yourself to the best local shops around.

From the Garden
May 1st - 31st

Join the May Local Friends for Local Business...

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Should learning more about Bob's writing be of interest to you -- and if it is, THANK YOU -- use this link...

Writing & Books

- -

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

There are other places where you can follow In My Backpack, ComplemenTerry Designs, Local Friends for Local Business, and Bob's published writing (and other assorted efforts). We have pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon.com, where you can receive updates and details, read postings, and learn all sorts of exciting stuff.

Amazon.com --

Bob's author page

In My Backpack --

Facebook -- In My Backpack
Twitter -- @Bobinmybackpack

ComplemenTerry Designs --

Facebook -- CT Designs
Twitter -- @CTerryDesigns

Local Friends for Local Business --

Facebook -- Local Friends for Local Business
Twitter -- @FriendsLocal

There are a couple of pages over at Facebook that we'd like to nod in the direction of...

Time Just Drifts Away -- A page at Facebook for Bob's published and professional writing efforts.

Muddy Paws and Puppy Love -- A fun page on Facebook where we celebrate Lady, Travis, Molly and Gus... along with their friends (and ours).

We would be incredibly grateful if you took a few minutes to check out some of these pages. (And if you have a Facebook and/or Twitter account, our on-going appreciation and ever-lasting gratitude goes along with every "Like" or "Follow" you add. (So you'll have that going for you.))

(Thank you!)

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

We are tremendously grateful for your time and consideration, and appreciate your comments and feedback.

If you can, please send along an e-mail and let us know what you think of things around here. A lot of work goes into the material that gets posted on this web site and the process of tidying up content, and if you spot something that you particularly like... or something you believe we might be able to do a bit better... that information is always welcomed by us.

Have a great month folks... and thank you again for all of your attention and visits.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

My dearest companions and supporters since the beginning of the site... proud to call them family...

-

-

 

If you have any comments or questions, please e-mail us at Bob@inmybackpack.com