**REACH ME HERE**: Leightyeight@sbcglobal.net
Publisher of e-books authored by me and other authors.
Cross-genre indie author, editor, proofreader, speed typist, critic, reviewer, and transcriber of Gregg Shorthand
WINNER: Grand Prize, 2016 Campbell Library Poetry Submissions
WINNER: Ones Upon a Day Contest, 2011, Sponsored by Ron Gordon
FINALIST: 100 Words or Less Stories, 2016 Sunnyvale Library Submissions
EDITOR: History of San Jose Auto Racing 1903-2007, which earned Author Dennis Mattish the 2010 JOHN RYAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. Learn more here: http://www.historysanjoseautoracing.com/
PUBLISHER AND SOLE DISTRIBUTOR: A Christmas Carol in Prose: Being A Ghost Story of Christmas, By Charles Dickens, THE RAW EDITION. For editor wannabes. Dickens made only one draft of his story. I typed the complete text from electronic copies of Dickens' original manuscript (handwritten with a quill pen dipped in ink) and left intact the errors and inconsistencies he didn't have time to correct (which publishers have handled in different ways over the years). There are plenty of editing, proofreading, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, fact-checking, and creative writing challenges within the pages of this adored Christmas classic written by a literary master over 150 years ago. Contact me at EM listed above for purchase inquiries.
by Pink Rabbit
An eclectic pick of movies. Written reviews include little-known facts and tongue-in-cheek "recommendations" for the 420 movie buff advising whether to light up or save the stash. No spoilers. Most flicks can be borrowed for free from the public library.
Your Child's First Introduction to Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol
by Stacy Lynne
A read-aloud-to-your-child e-book. An abridged version of Charles Dickens' Christmas classic, A Christmas Carol. The abridged version brings the true meaning of the story into focus for your child. Included is a linked glossary of Dickens' original, now-archaic terms. Reviews of child-friendly video or DVD versions of different Christmas Carol cartoons and movies are also included.
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What Do You Dream?
on Nov. 28, 2016
An adorable children's poem that is a beautiful bedtime story with sweet illustrations that bring the poem to life for your little one. The book will encourage your child to visit Dreamland without delay!