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As an octagenarian I need some help with your website, specifically how do I make my books available on it?

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One of my career areas was a professor of psychology where I learned a great deal about the world of imagination.  In 2010 I lost my voice to thyroid cancer, I was retired by then and began writing…Continue

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Library/School Name
University of Idaho-doctoral degree
Address
P.O. Box 543
City
Wauna
State/Province
WA
Country
USA
Zip Code
98395
Phone Number
253-857-32855
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The Archeos Adventures and the Sam 'n Me Adventures

Posted on August 24, 2017 at 12:34pm 0 Comments

I've been writing adventures for teen readers since 2012 and they can be found on my web site www.brantonholmbergbooks.wordpress.com  ; The Archeos Adventures are about 3 young archeologists, juniors in high school, who make a fantastic discovery in the first book of the series called "The Valley of the Dwellers".  As the series continues they discover the star gate crystal skull, an ancient talisman that gives them…

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