our Visiting the Eastern Uplands

This free ebook offering is a memoir of our Uplands Maine experience. It begins in Maine in the Western Mountains with cunning braggadocio, travels northeastward, observes a transitioned region strangely coupled with Ohio, experiences humility and fear, and ends with inadequate poetry.  A very inviting read. (?)

the mysterious Katahdin

 

Friends, ongoing till the end of May, here’s an opportunity for us both.  Wipf & Stock is offering a free ebook at their site for the latest in our Maine Metaphor series, Visiting the Eastern Uplands. Visiting Aroostook. To grab the ebook–the page is HERE. At the shopping cart checkout, paste in the code word UPLANDS . Make certain you are clicking on the ebook button, not that of the hardcopy. I think they both have the same price (sans coupon) so make sure it’s the right one.

 

R. with Amish draft horse

 

 

I must mention that sometimes the wrong button is clicked at the publishers’ site.  To get the free ebook–the page is HERE. At the shopping cart checkout, paste in the code word UPLANDS. This will get the free ebook, offer ongoing till the end of May. Thank you!!

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