I'm still reeling from the stunning news.
Winnie, our Mr. Unsinkable, left this earth and soared into Heaven late yesterday afternoon.
"UNSINKABLE" Book Signing TODAY!
Noon - 2 pm.
Middletown Public Library
And Winnie and Judy and I have been very, very humbled by the love and and so very appreciative of the support of everyone as we've shared his TRUE life story with the world. I had to emphasize the word "TRUE," because much of it is just incredible and almost unbelievable.
Yes, it is available on Amazon...but...if you live in the Middletown area, this is your lucky day! Stop by the Middletown Library at noon. Winnie and I will share for a few minutes about the book and how it came to be, and then for just $13 you can get your very own signed copy of "UNSINKABLE" to read over the weekend.
The weather is great (for January in Indiana...) and it'll be wonderful to see you all!
Come on Down!
Winnie and Judy and I have been having a blast sharing our book with the "masses."
Okay..."masses" may be overstating it a bit, but hey...we dream big!
Today is the 10-day mark since "UNSINKABLE" was publicly launched.
What a whirlwind of fun the first ten days has been!
The Hagerstown Jefferson Township Public Library in my old hometown was the site of the first official public book signing event for our book "UNSINKABLE."
Up, up, and away!!!
"UNSINKABLE" is off the presses and released to the public! And I couldn't be more excited or pleased!!!
photo by Dave Bell, director of MpM
This is one of those mornings when I sit down to write my blog post and I got nothin' to write about.
I haven't taken any photos for a couple of days...(what is wrong with me?!)...so instead of looking at a lot of nothingness, I borrowed this adorable photo my friend Dave took of some of the babies at their Mahali pa Maisha infant rescue center.
Writing Winnie's memoir book has been an experience I shall not soon forget. EVER forget.
We're on the downhill roll now, 20 chapters completed and I'm guessing just 5 or 6 more to go.