If you were wondering where we’ve been for a couple of weeks…we were getting this baby out! Of course Up From Hanging Dog has been available on Kindle, but I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about when it would be available in a more traditional format.
Well, here it is… 🙂
CLICK HERE (or the link below) to get Up From Hanging Dog in Paperback, and you can be reading it in as little as two days. Thanks again so much for reading, and listening to the podcast and audiobook, and for all of your support.
YOU make it possible for me to keep telling these stories from the mountains.
Just a note to let you know that Up From Hanging and Dog is now available on Kindle. And for just a couple of days, you can even grab a copy for free! (more…)
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(Ray refers here to a number of stories from Depression Baby. The links in the transcript below will take you to the related episode of the podcast, etc.)
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Big thanks to everybody who came out, including Lucy, Derrick, Jeannie, Johnny Wayne and Nancie Bradford, Dick and Nancy Juge, Mary Todd and Jason, Christina, Charlene, Billy, Melba Rose, Danny Paul, Leah, Brenda, Theresa, Hunter, Norma, Marie, Mary Ann, Adelaide, Jerry and Tommy.
Thanks so much to Carolyn at Book Mart for the hospitality, and to everyone at The Claiborne for their help. Thanks to Mary Todd (and Jason), our Sidewalk Outreach Crew.
You can also view the video below:
Thanks for all the Birthday wishes…and for everybody who’s subscribed, downloaded, and left nice reviews and ratings…! (more…)
Thanks to Sheri, Tanya, Derrick, Jeannie, and Abigail for the birthday video wishes!
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There is a time that comes in the life of most people. A time to downsize, to pass on to others things that you have cherished.
This time was realized on the recent trip Lucy and I made to North Carolina. I was privileged to meet with the new minister, Rev. James Marsh, of Mt. Zion Methodist church at Crabtree, North Carolina. (more…)