The author talk on Monday at the South Bloomfield United Methodist Church was well-attended. Great people to talk to. I was especially pleased that a few young people came.
The pictures show Pastor Floyd Hubble thanking me after the presentation and the book signing. Afterward was a social time for eating delicious cookies and asking questions.
The last of our current home renovation projects was completed today: we had new blinds installed in five rooms by Brad of Buckeye Window Treatments, LLC. Of course, we hire only the best and brightest, so naturally Brad bought a book.
The blinds are beautiful. If you want to be as smart as Brad, you can purchase a book from www.themaroscherstory.com or if you need blinds visit Buckeye Window Treatments.
I just found a new way to sell a book: call AAA because your car is in the driveway and won’t start. When the tow truck driver arrives, sell the nice man a book.
Much to my surprise the gentleman who came to start my car was a former student of mine named Harley. Harley is one of the many good memories I have from my teaching career. As he started the car he asked how my book was coming along. Since the inventory is in the house I was able to show him a copy. Being an intelligent fellow he bought it on the spot.