The ebooks are coming!

It’s been six years since A Moment of Time was published as a paperback. Life has changed during that time, and so have marijuana laws—something Kimo feels passionate about. World leaders are eagerly awaiting a vaccine to end the pandemic; citizens want assurances that any approved vaccines will be safe. (Thimerosal is still used as a preservative in flu shots from multi-dose vials—as Caitlin would want you to know.) We’ve all become more tied to the computers and devices that link us to each other (and to shopping and entertainment) via the internet.

I’m excited that A Moment of Time will soon be available as a series of ebooks (only on Amazon,* at least for now, but you can read for free if you are part of the Kindle Unlimited program).

For those of you who are not familiar with the book, it’s divided into seven parts (of varying lengths) and there will be seven separate ebooks. Part One, Ireland, is available now on amazon.

(Part Two is scheduled for publication in January 2021.)

So if you are looking for absorbing reading material this winter, I hope you will check out the first ebook and see if it hooks you!

 

 

Stay safe this holiday season!

Jt

Live. Love. Learn.

 

*It’s not necessary to have a Kindle device to read ebooks purchased from amazon. Ebooks can be read on a computer, phone, or tablet. You’ll find your books in your amazon account’s kindle library and you can use the cloud reader: https://read.amazon.com/

 

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