Friday Review: Jesus Christ in the Underworld by Simon Christopher

Jesus Christ in the UnderworldJesus Christ in the Underworld by Simon Christopher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is hard to describe, and certainly hard to pigeonhole. As it starts, we meet Jesus, newly dead and arriving in Sheol, where he fully expects to be greeted by God. Instead, he’s treated like any other dead soul, which leaves him angry, confused, and looking for answers. Along the way, he meets angels and archangels, other prophets with varying degrees of sanity, mysterious shadows, and others of the dead who have embraced their afterlives.

The book is well-written, with an engaging plot, an intriguing take on the afterlife and its inhabitants, and touches of humor. It is part political thriller, with angelic factions set against each other, part theological investigation that deals with the question of a man’s purpose, and part character study in Jesus, who is sure that his answers must be found.

It is a fresh take on the (after)life of Christ, and poses as many questions as it answers. I found it a fascinating read.

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Monday Musings: On the IR List, Winter Is Still Here, and Maple Syrup Time

Pancakes with maple syrup

Somewhere, somehow in the last couple of weeks, I either badly sprained or tore a deep muscle in my back. I actually had to go to the doctor with it. I was on a course of prednisone, and am on clyclobenzprine (Flexeril), which is a muscle relaxant. I had a few not very pleasant days with it. It was hard to sleep, because I couldn’t find a position that didn’t hurt. It must be a muscle that is involved in being upright, because standing and walking were rough. It’s been a bit better the last few days, and I have been able to sleep. It still gets tweaky at times, but the relaxant and ibuprofen help. As does the heat pad. Now, it’s just a matter of time, and trying not to over do things. Which, of course, is the hard part. I may be on the Injured Reserve list for little while yet, Coach!

Some of the snow has melted. I can see the garden fence again. The path around to the bird feeders and chicken coop is solid, frozen snow now, so I don’t sink in to my knees anymore. Lambeau is happier with the frozen stuff, too, since he can run across the surface now. Enough of the shoulder is exposed now on the streets that I can walk him a bit more than just around the cul-de-sac. He likes that, and it’s good for him to get a bit more exercise.

Stephanie came for dinner on Sunday, and she brought him a new toy. It’s a skinny, stuffing free beaver made of tough fabric. And it has not one, but two! squeakers! So far, he’s chewed off an ear, but the body is still intact, and both squeakers are still inside. And that’s pretty good for Lambeau. He’s a strong chewer and usually destroys soft toys in short order. New toys are always fun.

We did our corned beef and cabbage dinner yesterday. The BaldMan corns his own brisket and it is always so good. We had the brisket, and cooked potatoes, turnips, carrots, pearl onions, and, of course, cabbage in the brisket water. I made soda bread, but I didn’t have any currants to put in it this time. It was still goood, but I like the texture the currants add. I had buttermilk to use this time, also.

More maple syrup got made yesterday, also. There was about five gallons of sap from the two trees. We now have two pints and a bit more syrup. I don’t know how much more we are going to get. This spring weahter has been weird. The nights have been mostly cold enough, with a few that were marginal. But too many days have been really cold, also, so the sap didn’t run well on those. We’ll see how this week goes. Days are supposed to get warmer as the week goes on, but if the nights don’t cool off enough, we won’t get a lot more sap before the trees start growing again and the taps have to be pulled. We did have buttermilk pancakes with our syrup for breakfast. Yum!

That is pretty much what’s been going on around here. Spring is on the way. I’m sure of it!

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Friday Review: Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk by Various Authors

Shakespeare Punk

Sound & Fury: Shakespeare Goes PunkSound & Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk by Jeffrey Cook
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I interviewed Jeffrey Cook about this book for my Monday Blog Post He provided me with the Kindle edition and that is what I am reviewing here.

Let me start by saying I am a fan of Shakespeare- all of Shakespeare: plays and poetry. And I was intrigued by the idea of taking some of those classics and giving them a ‘punk twist. I also enjoy a good steampunk or cyberpunk story now and again.

There are five stories in the collection: Mac based on “Macbeth”, The Green-Eyed Monster based on “Othello”, Prospero’s Island inspired by “The Tempest,” “A Town Called Hero” inspired by Much Ado About Nothing, and “The Winter’s Tale” inspired by The Winter’s Tale.

All are nicely done, and serve their inspirations well. The base story from Shakespeare is preserved in each one, and the ‘punk settings don’t get in the way of the telling. You don’t have to be intimately familiar with the original works to enjoy them, but a grasp of the basic storyline does help. There are many places to find synopses of the plays, including the Writerpunk website.

The author’s know their source material, and work well within the various ‘punk genres. There are quotes from the original plays, but nothing overly daunting or extensive. These stories are written as stories, not the iambic pentameter of Shakespeare. Characters are true to their roots, but molded to fit in their new worlds. Settings are varied, depending on the genre.

This is an enjoyable collection, and I recommend it to anyone who has enjoyed a Shakespeare play, and to the many fans of the various ‘punk genres.
All proceeds from the sale of the book go to PAWS, an animal shelter in WA.

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Wednesday Wanderings: Lessons from Into the Woods, Lighthouse v. Waves, Owning a PitBull Changes You, & Poster Fails

Lambeau

I love “Into the Woods.” I’ve seen the movie, but still prefer the original stage play. Wrapped up in the fairy tales and music are some good life lessons. This post lists many of them. (Yes, there are errors, but the writer is a teenager. It’s quite good despite those.):

Into the Woods

Lighthouses have to withstand some pretty incredible weather. Here are some photos of pretty spectacular waves battering lighthouses:

Lighthouse Waves

This is so very true. And applies to all dogs, really, but especially to pit bulls:

Owning a Pit Bull Changes You

And just for the giggles, here are some motivational posters that should have motivated their creators to buy a dictionary:

Posters

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Monday Meeting: Interview with Jeffrey Cook of Writerpunk Press

Shakespeare Punk

This week I am doing an interview with Jeffrey Cook, who is part of Writerpunk Press, a group of authors who write in the various ‘punk genres. They have just released “Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk”,  an anthology of stories based on William Shakespeare’s works. None of the authors, editors, artists or others who worked on Sound & Fury are making any money from this book. All proceeds are going to PAWS, an animal shelter in WA.

1) Tell us a little bit about the Writerpunk idea?

Writerpunk Press began with the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) boards on Facebook. A writer there, John Wesley Hawthorne invited a number of other writers who were writing in the ‘punk genres to join a group to focus on discussion related to our work. The most famous of the punk genres would be Cyberpunk and Steampunk, but there’s a variety of eras and technologies represented.

After a few months of discussion, one of the primary organizers, Esaias Mayo, suggested that we might be able to do an anthology together, putting forth the idea of punk Shakespeare as one possible example. I volunteered, and put together the first draft of a Steampunk take on The Winter’s Tale. I’d been done for a month before I realized there was a number of volunteers, but no deadline and limited push to get other stories together, and I was the only one done. I took over as project head, coordinating the authors, editors, art-staff, etc., with some excellent help along the way.

Once this book is released, we begin work on volume 2 of Shakespeare goes punk, with some of the writers who didn’t finish by this first deadline, or have stepped in since. Ultimately, with the number of writers who indicated they were interested, we hope to eventually have 3 volumes out.

2) Why Shakespeare?

First, because a lot of these stories are timeless. Sure, kids still groan at the difficulty of reading all the thees and thous and the rest when he comes up in school. Despite that, there’s still regular references made to Romeo and Juliet in pop culture. People still know a lot of the quotes, from “To be or not to be, that is the question.” to “Friends, Romans, countrymen…” the stories are about broad themes that still resonate with people. A lot of them have been adapted for different settings in movie and theater.

Secondly, because we suspect Shakespeare would approve. Some of his stories are very old stories, or based upon old stories that were well-known in his era. Then he took those events and dramatized them. His stories persist, and stand out from others, in part because of his willingness to challenge some of the accepted order of his day. His work includes mad rulers, incest, betrayal, falling in love with the enemy, and, of course, Puck. Very little was off-limits if it would get the audience in the theater.

Also, everyone who contributed to this book was a reader first. We all admired Shakespeare’s craft and way with words. We appreciated just how much depth there was to these stories, and with it, how readily all those elements could be made at home in different settings.

Finally, Shakespeare is one of the foundations of literature. Romeo and Juliet and Julius Caesar are taught in a lot of high schools. His stories are major pillars of a lot of college English classes. His plays are still performed on stages around the world, from poor little school stages to major productions. So if punk literature is about taking the expectations of literature and twisting it, then punk Shakespeare is only natural.

3) What is your story in the anthology about?

I started with the world’s most famous stage direction, “Exit, pursued by a bear” from Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. I had to re-read it, but before anything else, my first inspiration really was “More bear.” So he’s a character now. His name is Thomas.

After that, it’s an action comedy. There’s snappy dialogue, there’s airships and pirates, there are hints and more than hints of magic – and there’s the necessary elements to the tragic set up of the tale, with betrayal and insanity setting the stage for everything to come.

I’m pretty sure anyone who read both stories would have no trouble connecting them, but along the way, I had a lot of fun with it. Especially the parts with the bear.

4) What inspired you to try to raise money for this particular charity?

First, I’ve been an animal lover, and especially a dog lover my whole life. My wife, also an animal lover, used to volunteer at this charity. More specifically, though, back when I was writing my first book, I had a sidekick. Khaya used to sleep at my feet while I was writing – waking mostly to growl and ward off her ‘little brothers’ when the boys threatened to interrupt my writing time. She passed away of brain cancer 7 months before the release of my first book, but earned her place in the dedication to that book. My very first goal, in terms of proceeds from this book, is to earn $250 in profits, so I can sponsor a big dog kennel at PAWS in her name, to support other dogs in need of a good home.

5) Are you planning to “punkify” (yes, I made that up!) other authors in the future?

The next two books on the agenda are Shakespeare. However, there are current discussions, not so much about if, but when and who. Names/themes that have been included so far are Poe, Kipling, or possibly doing a holidays anthology at some point doing winter classics, from Dickens to the Snow Queen.

Right now, it’s just a matter of time and not overtaxing our generous editors and other support staff. Writerpunk, the Facebook group, is growing, and there’s a good number of people interested in doing more of these.

“Sound and Fury: Shakespeare Goes Punk” is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions. The website for the anthology and Writerpunk Press is Sound and Fury

Jeffrey Cook lives in Maple Valley, Washington, with his wife and three large dogs. He was born in Boulder, Colorado, but has lived all over the United States. His mother insists he has wanted to be an author since he was six years old, but he began writing professionally in 2014. In addition to his novels and anthology projects, he has contributed material to publications by Deep7 Games out of Seattle, WA. When not reading, researching or writing, Jeffrey enjoys role-playing games and watching football.

You can find him at:

Jeffrey Cook’s Website

Jeffrey Cook on Amazon

Facebook

He is @JeffreyCook74 on Twitter

PAWS in Lynwood is a no-kill animal rescue and shelter. Their services include a wildlife rescue, info and resources via their website and contact info, and a dog & cat rescue and shelter. All three of my current dogs, and my former four-legged writing sidekick were adopted from PAWS.

PAWS website

Thank you for your time, Jeffrey, and I hope the book does well for your charity!

Wednesday Wanderings: 17 Cool Space Photos, Fairy Doors, Coulson, and Writing Tips

Galaxies Collide

Seventeen pretty cool space photos:

Space Photos

Fairy Doors in Somerset, England:

Fairy Doors

For fans of Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., here is a nice character analysis of Phil Coulson. “It’s always the quiet ones.”:

Coulson

And the writing link of the week is these two tips on plotting that I think are valuable to remember:

Two Plotting Tips

(The image is from the 17 Space Photos link)

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Monday Musings: The Sap is Running!

TreeTap

For those wondering if Spring is ever coming, I can now say: Yes! Not only are some of the birds beginning to sing their Spring songs, the sparrows have been revisiting their nesting sites under our air conditioning units. One more sign: the sap is running in the trees.

We have sugar maples on our property. Most are too young and small to tap, but there are two that are nicely sized. Today, the BaldMan fought his way through the sometimes butt-deep snow to get to the trees and tap them. The sap is running! And with the weather we are predicted to have this week, we should get some decent runs. We don’t get a lot of syrup, but it’s enough for the two of us. It is a process, because you have to collect the sap every day, and the boiling takes a while. When you get close to the end, you have to watch the temperature. It’s one more thing that gives you a true sense of where the food you are eating comes from. Work? Yes. Still, I think you enjoy it just a little bit more when you have to do the work to get your food.

I also got to take Lambeau on a longer walk than we have for a long while. Most of the last month or so, I’ve been either letting him run on the path through the yard, or on his long line around the cul-de-sac. But we’ve had a bit of warmer weather lately, so we took a chance out on the surrounding streets. The cross street off ours was a bit tricky. Still a lot of high snowbanks and not a lot of room, but I stopped him and waited for cars, or pulled off into driveways or mailbox cutouts. The main road up the hill was better. There was room on the shoulder. Not much, but a bit. I think Lambeau enjoyed getting to stretch his legs a bit more. The weather is supposed to be decent all week, so I hope we can get out more.

Oh, and we had the time change this weekend. Spring forward. Personally, if we got rid of DST, I could be very happy. It will take me a few days to adjust. Lambeau got me up to take him out this morning, but I fell back to sleep on the sofa after. I didn’t even finish my first cup of coffee before I was asleep again.

It seems there may be an end to this Winter on the horizon. Let’s hope it doesn’t sink and keeps rising!

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Friday Review: (TV) Agent Carter

My rating: 5 stars

This Marvel spin-off centers on Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), who was an active agent with the Stragegic Scientific Reserve during WWII. Now that the war is over, she finds herself relegated to little more than the office secretary, filing and taking lunch orders. When Howard Stark is accused of treason after many of his strategic inventions are stolen, he secretly recruits Peggy to find them, giving her the assistance of his butler, Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy). Balancing her day job in the SSR offices with her mission for Stark, Peggy gets to use all of her many skills to keep her precarious position.

The show got off to a great start, putting Peggy right in the action from the beginning. There was a bit of a hiccup in the middle of the first set of shows, but the show corrected course and ended with a terrific season finale. One of the things that makes this show so good is that it focuses on Peggy as a character first, and the action and adventure second. It’s got style and charisma, with an undercurrent of intrigue and action, and a cheeky wit that makes it ever so much fun to watch. It is a bit less heavy than Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but not a lightweight show by any means. I’m hooked.

I may have found a new hero(ine) in Peggy Carter. She’s tough, strong-willed, witty, and a class act. She takes the “Okay, honey” attitude of her co-workers by responding with a wit that often leaves them scratching their heads. She can also stand up to Howard Stark, something not many people find easy to do. She doesn’t have super strength or a super weapon. Her superpower is that everyone tends to underestimate her because she is a woman. Big mistake.If she doesn’t take you down with a snarky comment, she is perfectly capable of doing it with a roundhouse right. Hayley Atwell plays her with just the right amount of sass and class. James D’Arcy is almost painfully sincere as Jarvis, and plays quite nicely with Atwell’s Peggy.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps growing, and giving us more and more to cheer about. Agent Carter is certainly one of the bright spots in their television franchise.

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Wednesday Wandreings: Our Second Moon, Overthinker Problems, Zodiac Monsters, and Superheroes with Dirty Minds

It seems we have a second moon orbiting the Earth. But this one has one wacky orbit:

Second Moon

We overthinkers have our own special problems. Here are five, and, yes, I can relate to every single one of them:

Overthinker Problems

The twelve signs of the Zodiac, re-imagined as pretty cool monsters:

Zodiac Monsters

Taken out of context, these comic panels are pretty funny. And prove that even superheroes have dirty minds:

Comic Panels

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

Monday Musings: Away for the Weekend

Mt. Washington, Clay Adams

We spent the past weekend in North Conway, NH. North Conway is a lovely little place in the White Mountain region of the state. We were up there for their annual Chilly Chili Stroll, running the judging for the professional chef’s division of the Stroll.

We got involved with this event a few years ago, when they contacted us about adding an ICS category to their annual cook off. We did the ICS cook off for two years. It was fun, but the Chamber of Commerce (who organize the event) decided they wanted to concentrate their efforts on promoting local businesses, and they dropped the ICS event. It was disappointing, but I understand their point.

At any rate, the next year, they contacted us again and asked if we might be interested in coming up and doing the judging for the professional chef division of the Chili Stroll. They do have a People’s Choice part, as well, which gives some of the non-profit service organizations the chance to get themselves out there for the public to see- and taste chili! And, of course, the professional division is for the chefs from local restaurants to cook some nice chili and cornbread, and get their restaurants some publicity.

It’s a fun event, and we enjoy doing it. We run it just like we would an ICS event- blind judging by invited judges and no one knows who the winner is until we tally everything up. Our judges this year included several trained chefs, a certified barbecue judge, media people, and folks from the community. It’s always a good group and they take the judging very seriously. It was a good event again.

One of the reasons I like this one is that they do the judging for the chili in the morning, and since there are only two categories, we are done early. We had the judges go to the different booths to taste the cornbread, so that wasn’t blind judged, but we didn’t really think about that much beforehand. Next year, we may try to figure out how to do that. And we had a best decorated display award, as well. Still, we were done in time to get back to the hotel for a little down time before the awards ceremony.

We do enjoy this weekend. Everyone at the Chamber of Commerce is so very nice, and we’ve become friends. We look forward to seeing them every year. Good people, good place, good fun- what more could you ask of a weekend away?

The mountain region is a very pretty part of the state. The highest peaks are living up to their name of White Mountains. There is snow in the valley, but not as much as we have down here in the “south”. It was cold, but Saturday was bright and sunny with no wind, so the cold didn’t feel too bad. We drove past the lakes both coming and going. There are a lot of icehouses out there this year. It’s been good and cold, so I suppose the ice is nice and frozen for the hardier fishermen. We also drive by a lake or pond where they have dogsled races, so we get to see them running the sleds.

All in all, it is a really nice weekend, and we look forward to next year.

(The picture is Mounts Jefferson, Clay, and Washington from Mount Tom on the Appalachian Mountain Club site (www.outdoors.gov). Photo by Pete Ingraham.)

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Six of One

Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy by M.A. Kropp is a set of short fantasy stories. Meet wizards, imps, gangster angels, and frogs in this group of varied tales of magic and mischief. Escape from the everyday into worlds of fantasy with Six of One: A Collection of Short Fantasy.

Download a free sample or purchase in your favorite ebook format at:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/354855

Also available at:

Amazon: (Now also in paperback)

http://amzn.to/1brIXLN

 Apple iTunes Bookstore

 Barnes and Noble:

http://bit.ly/17DmCXz

Kobo:

http://bit.ly/16ZWZXf

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/books/details/M_A_Kropp_Six_of_One?id=C6N_BAAAQBAJ

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