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Off for summer/winter and new title on the way

To escape the heat and wish once more that we could join our Southern Hemisphere friends at this time of year, we will be taking a (well-deserved?) blogging break for a few weeks. We’ll be back in mid-September with a whole lot more lined up for the final third of 2017, including – drumroll please […]

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Back in September

And that wraps it up for us. We’ll be back with new content in September, including another By Prescription Only series in the second half of the year. Also, don’t forget that this is the final week of Smashwords’ site-wide July sale. Get your free copies of Randolph’s One Bedroom and Tomorrow, as the Crow […]

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New look

Despite our laziness and general curmudgeonly attitude towards anything “new” or “fanfangled” or, dare some suggest, “better”, we here at Drugstore Books are not entirely tuned out to the wider world. As such, we’ve decided to give the site a little facelift. Rather, we’ve decided to pay someone to give the site a facelift as […]

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Summer break

We’re taking the summer off to park our tuchuses on a couple of stools, sip tonics, and bathe in the wisdom of our favorite soda jerk. But not to worry, we’ll be back the first week in September. Catch you then!

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Summer break

Dear Readers, Just a note to let you know that Paul and I are taking (what we think to be) a well-deserved summer break. 🙂 We’ll be back in September with a Q & A about my new book, “Tomorrow, as the Crow Flies” and plenty more. Many thanks for your continued support. Till then, […]

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