And while I'm on a Kindle kick, this is certainly not an exhaustive list of my Kindle, but it has a few things you probably haven't seen.
- Darkest before the Darkwater by Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine
- The Evil that Befell Sampson by Philippa Ballantine and Pip Ballantine
- Dust on the Davenport by O M Grey, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
- The Astonishing Amulet of Amenartas by Nathan Lowell, Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine
- The Shadows of Calcutta by Phil Rossi, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
- Night's Plutonian Shore by Jack Mangan, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
- A Ruby in Rain by Grant Stone, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
Update: There are some new releases!
- The Seven by P C Haring, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
- From Paris, with Regret by Starla Huchton, Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris
There are also two collections now available:
Tales from the Archives: Collection 1 contains The Evil that Befell Sampson, Dust on the Davenport, The Astonishing Amulet of Amenartas, and A Ruby in Rain.
Tales from the Archives: Collection 2 contains Darkest before Darkwater, The Shadows of Calcutta, Night's Plutonian Shore, and The Seven.
Thanks to all of the help from those who chipped-in, we have sent the following to Alabama:
- 2 Girls Hanes® Butterfly Floral 9-pack Brief Underwear
- 3 Girls Hanes® Assorted Print 9-pack Bikini Underwear
- 3 Girls Hanes® Butterfly Floral 9-pack Brief Underwear
- 4 Boys Cherokee® White 6 pk Brief Underwear
- 2 7 Pack Underwear , Little Girls Little Pony
- 1 Luvs Premium Stretch Diapers - Size 4 (180 count)
- 1 7 Pack Underwear , Little Girls Little Pony
- 1 SuperFriends Toddler Boys 7 Pack Brief - Assorted
- 1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Economy Pack Plus, Size 3, 222 Count
Every little bit helps. You've all made the world a slightly better place. Thank you!
We're raising money for relief supplies for small towns Haleyville and Hackleburg, Alabama. The money will be used to buy diapers, children's underwear, and hygiene items to be shipped directly to these towns.
Brad Feld: ‘I think the next 20 years of innovation around software and the Internet will make the last 20 years look like child’s play... I don’t see an endpoint to the human animal’s desire to innovate.’
I love Brad’s optimism. It matches my own. We’re all just barely getting started here.
When I initially read the piece, I mis-read the line as ‘I don’t see an endpoint to the human animal’s desire to communicate.’ Which is also true, and it’s why the internet, that great communication machine, is still brand-new."
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