announcement, with more coming as we reach March…
sixteen years of In My Backpack…
Just Drifts Away ~ March 7th to March
Days in November ~ March 14th to March
~ March 21st to March 25th
month, there will be three separate five-day runs where the Kindle
editions of one of Bob’s books will be available as a free download.
And remember… all ten published titles are available in paperback
and Kindle editions…
titles can be found at a wide range of terrific online booksellers,
including Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Right now, Amazon offers
free shipping on orders of $25 or more, with all of Bob’s books
Kindle edition is currently available for just 99-cents. That’s
a terrific price, and makes it easy to add all of Bob’s books
to your library.
author page at Amazon
& Books area here at In My Backpack
edition will be out this weekend.
we finish today off with a new essay… “The
latest new thing”
still can’t believe we have less than a week to go in February.
It’s been a crazy month.
feel like I’ve barely settled my feet and really started working
on the month, and here comes March. Still… all the other stuff
that has been keeping me away from the web site should bring me
to a decent month of March for the web site. (We can only hope.)
New essay to finish this entry.
figured the combination of Michael Sheen and David Tennant in
Good Omens was a powerful reason to watch this potentially
awesome effort. Then we started hearing Frances McDormand playing
the role of God, and… well, yeah. Now, Benedict
Cumberbatch as Satan. Holy crap. The end of
May can’t arrive quickly enough.
more new material
from Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
not just one, but we’ve actually got two for the road… “Honey?
Where’s the honey?”
wife, happy… wait… happy wife?”
a new essay… “I
don’t understand television scheduling (but I am getting better)”
wish I could explain, but I can’t. Lots of projects to address,
and on most days every one of those projects has meant little
time for the web site. Two more essays to post today, just so
you know I haven’t disappeared completely…
it time for a new couch?”
trying to get up to speed. Two essays today. Two more by the end
of the weekend.
the hidden city is a thing”
shutdown, another sign of the apocalypse”
taken us a few days to get things moving this month. Most of it
is a result of other projects needing attention. Still, it’s amazing
what a full-blown cold, a quick out-of-state trip, and assorted
timely battles with household needs will do to productivity, but
there you go. You can expect us to get things moving around The
‘ville this week, and we’ll have some essays coming as part of
a story with some interesting twists. A 14-year
old girl allegedly ordered some pizzas for delivery. Had them
send to a neighbor’s house. When the driver got out and went to
the door—and have a conversation with the occupants that didn’t
order any pizza—our girl rushed from the bushes and stole the
car. Evidently the plan was to visit her boyfriend.
Light and Game of Thrones mix commercial
was awesome. Finally—it feels like it’s been, like, years of nothing
better than good ads—a great Super Bowl commercial.
to get the web site up for a new month, so just the basics today…
Volume 4, Issue 2. The monthly newsletter featuring all things
from around Backpackville will be released soon with two essays
(one new, one drawn From the Backpack).
always, the newsletter is free. All you need to do is request
Friends for Local Business…
& Snow is the theme for this month’s challenge.
The idea is to grab winter, look it in the eye, and enjoy.
parts of the season do you have fun with, or, what items makes
the weather easier to deal with? Curling up with a good book is
one option, and having a great hat is another.
it’s running out for some cocoa or picking up a blanket, use this
month’s Local Friends as a reason to check out some of the shops
and restaurants near you for the answer.
the link to get to last month’s Now Playing section. More than
thirty new essays were posted during the month, and you can find
all of them in the daily entries.