Monthly Archives: September 2009

Something to Send to a Friend

Hey, all Broom lovers! Give me a hand! Do you love the Flying Broomstick books? Would you like to show something to a friend? Then click on the image to open a pdf of a flyer you can print and … Continue reading

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Broom 3 is Here!

The long-awaited third book in the Story of the Great American Flying Broomstick series is here. Entitled FOG at the Crossroads, it tells the amazing story of the loss and recovery of the Holy Grail. The official launch date is … Continue reading

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Reader Savors Broom 1

Here’s a comment from Pam: My mom bought the first two Great American Broomsticks as a gift for me at [ARRL Amateur Radio] Field Day. I started reading #1 Sat night and had to be very firm with myself to … Continue reading

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Oh my! I qualify!

I had a blast at last year’s Mensa national convention in Denver, selling every copy of Broom 1 and Broom 2 that I had with me. And I’m looking forward to speaking by invitation at the Mensa Regional Convention in … Continue reading

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Railroad Museum Book Earns Plaudits

The Ridgway Railroad Museum’s book, Narrow Gauge Railroading in the San Juan Triangle: The Rio Grande Southern, the Ouray Branch of the D&RG and Otto Mears’ Silverton RR, is earning plaudits from the magazines that follow narrow-gauge railroading. From the … Continue reading

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Broom 3 Days Away from Availability

At last! It’s here! The third book in the series, The Story of the Great American Flying Broomstick, Book 3: FOG at the Crossroads, is just about here. I received the proof from the printer last week. Everything is as … Continue reading

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