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Rich Rennicks
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Book Marketing : Online Publicity : Social Media : Copywriting

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Brilliant bit of time-lapse photography showing off the Burren in all its atmospheric majesty. I could watch this for ages.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9viJeC_MM9s

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A selection of rare books and ephemera that ABAA members are taking to the 40th annual Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair this weekend: http://www.abaa.org/bl…/post/boston-book-fair-featured-items
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10 Reasons to Attend the Boston Book Fair (Oct. 28-30): http://bit.ly/10ReasonsBoston

#6 Will keep the conversation flowing at Thanksgiving dinner;-)
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Asheville residents, get ready for Haunted High 2016: the spookiest haunted house in WNC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eEhpdD5m3s&feature=youtu.be

October 28 (10pm-midnight) & October 29 (8pm-11pm) at Asheville High School. http://wordpress.ashevillehighbands.com/haunted-high/

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My latest piece for abaa.org is about the "Wordless Novel," a precursor to the modern graphic novel: http://bit.ly/WordlessNovels

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The recent Rugby World Cup reminded me how much I love rugby, and used to enjoy attending international matches at the old Lansdowne Road stadium in the pre-Celtic-Tiger days of the mid-1980s. A bus-load of teenage rugby players would head up to Dublin…

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Looking forward to seeing the film adaptation of Colm Tóibín's great novel Brooklyn: bit.ly/1MR59DS
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Nice Mountain Xpress piece on award-winning poet J. Scott Brownlee’s event at Malaprop's on Thursday night: http://mountainx.com/arts/smart-bets-j-scott-brownlee/ #poetry   #Asheville  

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"A page-turning, human comedy": THE ANGEL OF THE STREETLAMPS by Sean Moncrieff

What if politics wasn’t such a cynical business, dedicated to perpetuating power dynamics and maintaining the status quo, while talking ceaselessly about progress and change? That’s the situation Sean Moncrieff dares to dream up in his fascinating novel…

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Book Review: How to be a Perfect Farm Wife by Lorna Sixsmith

Lorna Sixsmith’s second book, How to be a Perfect Farm Wife, is an excellent follow-up to her 2013 debut, Would You Marry a Farmer?  This time, she looks at the transition from being carefree and single to being a farmer’s spouse. (The book mainly looks…
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