Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Emails from the Edge and KINDLE

My book, Emails from the Edge: The Life of an Expatriate Wife, is having a great ride down the River. Since its rebirth as a KINDLE edition, Emails from the Edge has been experiencing a new life and has found many more readers. This is very heart-warming to me because this is my memoirs book which went out of publication as a paperback a few years ago. This just goes to show that you CAN teach an old book new tricks! You go, Emails from the Edge!

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 282 KB
Publisher: Blue Leaf Publications/Indigo Blue eBooks (February 1, 2009)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
9 Reviews
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3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews) Sales Rank: #27,888 in Kindle Store

Emails from the Edge (The Life of an Expatriate Wife)
When friendship spans the oceans… -It seemed a fair exchange to share the exotic experiences in the Land of the Rising Sun in exchange for hearing of life in the real world. A rare glimpse into the life of an American woman in a foreign and alien land – read her journal. Based on a true story.

"…a must read for women of all ages. It helps you to remember the true value of friendship and come to the realization that distance is nothing but space between friends…"
-- Tami Parrington, Women on Writing

"This is the one book that everyone needs to read if you or your spouse has a job which includes traveling in the good ole U.S.A. or abroad! A 5-star performance…!"
-- Epstein LaRue, author of "Crazy Thoughts Of Passion" and "Love At First Type"

"The relationship…was nothing short of a miracle in this clever, honest, and original book. …a truly a delightful read…that will leave you laughing and crying. Maguire's book is definitely a wake-up call… Military personnel and travel agents should recommend this book…"
-- Bobby Ruble, Author"

A true story, the friendship between these two women shines… The writing is real and down to earth, as only emails to good friends can be. An excellent read." -- Annette Gisby, author of “Silent Screams”"You will laugh and cry…as you read this story of deep friendship and understanding. I highly recommend (it)…"
-- Joan Moore Lewis, Southern Fiction Author, Georgia USA

"You’ll learn a lot about the Far East…and also learn what life is like for U.S. workers abroad…but what you will remember about this book, and would not find in any more conventional ‘travel story,’ is the friendship that prompted its e-mails. Highly recommended!" -- Nina M. Osier, author of "Love, Jimmy: A Maine Veteran's Longest Battle"

1 comment:

  1. That is lovely news. I like the idea of teaching old books new tricks! LOL