What’s Up My Friends? Reading Late, and Sleeping In. #Conversation #ThinkingThor’sDay

*Reader’s Note*

This is being posted several places including my blog. If it’s a repeat for you, please forgive.

Good morning to All!

How are you this day?

Here, the weather is quite nasty. We’ve pouring rain, gusty winds, and a bit of thunder muttering off in the distance.

If you can believe it, I’m just waking up. I stayed up until nearly 1 in the morning reading a book and didn’t crawl out from underneath the covers until 8. This is quite unusual behavior for me, but I simply couldn’t put the book I was reading down. I’d started it earlier Wednesday evening after a long day of #WordPressWednesday and before I knew it, I was quite involved.

Today, I must catch up my email, then do a little network and outreach, upload another podcast and after that I’ll have another interview to record.

What are all of you up to today? Are you reading anything interesting? Working on a project? I hope you’ll let us know.

What book had me so enthralled that I couldn’t drag myself away until nearly 1 in the morning? I’ll share the National Library Services for the Blind and Print Disabled information below. Until next time, this is Patty bidding you a good day saying…

Have a great day and remember, it’s up to you to make it that way. So, make it a great one today.

May Harmony find You, and Blessid Be.

*Note*

This book is part of a series. I’ve read all the previous books. Although the authors give enough information during each book so that the reader is not lost, I recommend reading the series in order. If you’re a user of the NLS site, you can click, or press enter on the series link shown in the information below and after you’ve logged in you’ll be shown the series in its entirety.

Happy Reading…

Wrath of Poseidon DB 99862

Cussler, Clive Burcell, Robin. Reading time 10 hours, 45 minutes.
Read by Scott Brick. A production of National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress.

Subjects: Adventure

Series: Fargo adventures Volume: 12

Description: Ten years ago, Sam Fargo and Remi Longstreet unsuccessfully hunted the legendary riches stolen from the Persian King Croesus in 546 B. C. Now someone they helped put in prison is out and determined to get the treasure and kill the now-married Sam and Remi Fargo. Unrated. Commercial audiobook. 2020.

  • This recording is available courtesy of Penguin Random House Audio. It has been converted to digital talking book format by the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress.
  • Digital talking book.
  • ISBN: 9780593169056., Reissue of:, New York : Penguin Audio, 2020.
  • Fargo, Sam; Man-woman relationships; Fiction; Action and adventure fiction; Archaeologists; Talking books; Fargo, Remi

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Information for the Library Services for the Blind and Print Disabled can be found here…

NLS at the Library of Congress – National Library Service for …

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About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. And as a Social Media Promotional Assistant. She is the owner and creator of Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger Business Assist), and is the published author of two books, Campbell’s Rambles: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life and Bubba Tails From the Puppy Nursery At The Seeing Eye: Volume One. She can also be found in two anthologies which are, December Awethology Light And A Treasure Chest of Children’s Tales. See her latest book, Pathway to Freedom Broken and Healed: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life Second Edition in eBook and Paperback at: https://www.amazon.com/Patty-L.-Fletcher/e/B00Q9I7RWG Find it in various accessible formats: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/PattyFletcher See her Facebook business page: https://www.facebook.com/tellittotheworld/ Patty loves receiving feedback about her work. So, drop her a line any time at: patty.volunteer1@gmail.com
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4 Responses to What’s Up My Friends? Reading Late, and Sleeping In. #Conversation #ThinkingThor’sDay

  1. Hi Patty and all friends here,

    This must be the day to sleep in – which is something that is rare for me.

    I was up at 5 as usual, took the dogs out and when we came back, I did some reading till 7 then went back out with the dogs again. It is quite cold and raining.

    So I decided to go back to bed till 9. Normally, this is something I would only do if I am sick. Going back to bed is never good for me – there is always a feeling of things that could have been done. Also, since there was no supervision over Poison Ivy, the cat who was a feral baby we rescued last year – yet – she made messes in the kitchen. She dumped over a full container of water onto the counter – everything was soaking wet – cereal boxes, drawers, floor. And, she visited the dining room table top as well – dirt was dug from a plant that is on the table, and tablecloth and placemats were all askew. By sleeping in, I now had about an hours of work to do that was not necessary – this about sums up how the entire day has been going. Not only did water make a mess in the kitchen, when I took a bath, there was a problem with the new plumbing that was done – and the floor was covered with water. I have to call the plumber to come back and I now have 3 loads of laundry that must be done – all because I slept in today.

    I am listening to (reading) the Perkins Library recording of the Magnets & Ladders, Fall/Winter issue from 2019-20. It just came out, due to the virus delays – readers cannot come in to do their work so it has taken this long to get the issue. But, I am now reading it for the second time and it’s an amazing collection of a variety of essays, stories, and poems – many of the authors are members of Behind Our Eyes, others, are not, but are disabled in some way. That is a requirement when entering work to M&L – it is well worth reading and I think you will like it, too. Just contact Perkins Library and get on the list for receiving the digital recordings in the future. Lynda Lambert

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    • Patty L. Fletcher says:

      Hi Lynda.

      Well, it sounds like you’ve had a wet day within and without.

      Sorry about that.

      I hate when stuff like that happens. Thanks be, I didn’t suffer any real ill affect from sleeping in.

      However, in the past I have had such things happen.

      Once I went back to bed after getting up in the middle of the night. I was late getting up. Campbell decided that since I wasn’t up to feed him at his appointed time and since somehow the bag of food had been left part-way open, he’d feed himself. Since he didn’t believe in the use of measuring cups and because a Labrador has no idea of when enough is enough, he ate about a 4TH of a bag of food. Then he proceed to throw up a large portion of that and he did so beside my bed. And so when I placed my feet onto the floor, that was my greeting.

      I never, and I do mean never went back to bed before he’d been taken out and fed in the mornings after that. LOL.

      Glad to hear from you.

      Patty L. Fletcher

      Self-Published Author and Social Media Promotional Assistant

      Email: patty.volunteer1@gmail.com

      Website: http://www.campbellsworld.wordpress.com/ .

      Food For Thought

      We all are the Light, automatically. So we really don’t have to go too much further than that. We all have a Light within us – it is the Soul; it is that spark of God, of the Divine, that activates our consciousness.

      -John-Roger, DSS

      Source: New Day Herald website

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  2. Earlier today while eating lunch, I started reading So Big by Edna Ferber. I read this years ago when I was in college, but since the Accessible World Fiction Old and New group is planning to discuss it a week from tomorrow night, I figured it was worth a second read and a review on my blog, probably next Friday. The book was originally published in 1924, and the version I downloaded from NLS, narrated by Jill Ferris, contains an introduction written in 1995 by one of the editors of Iowa University Press, which reprinted the book.

    Although the introduction provides a lot of spoilers, it gives us, among other things, a glimpse of Edna Ferber’s life and what inspired her novels. I’ve read several of her other books, and although she includes way too much narrative, which was the style back then, her stories are worth it.

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    • Patty L. Fletcher says:

      Hi.

      Sounds like a good book.

      Yes, narrative was a big thing back then.

      Sometimes though it is even now quite necessary depending upon the story being told.

      Enjoy.

      Patty L. Fletcher

      Self-Published Author and Social Media Promotional Assistant

      Email: patty.volunteer1@gmail.com

      Website: http://www.campbellsworld.wordpress.com/ .

      Food For Thought

      We all are the Light, automatically. So we really don’t have to go too much further than that. We all have a Light within us – it is the Soul; it is that spark of God, of the Divine, that activates our consciousness.

      -John-Roger, DSS

      Source: New Day Herald website

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