The Handy, Uncapped Pen: (Review) Selections from Across Two Novembers: A Bibliographic Year by David L. Faucheux

The Handy, Uncapped Pen: (Review) Selections from Across Two Novembers: A Bibliographic Year by David L. Faucheux

Hello to all.

Here’s a wonderful book review of David Faucheux’s new book you’ll want to read.

Once you’ve done so, pick up either the unabridged or abridged version and when you’ve read, do review and share here with us so we can know what you think.

If you’ve written a review of this book some place we’d love it if you’d copy and paste the URL to it into the comment section here.

Thanks to David for sending this to me so I could share here with all my followers.

The Handy, Uncapped Pen: (Review) Selections from Across Two Novembers: A Bibliographic Year by David L. Faucheux
— Read on www.handyuncappedpen.com/2019/04/review-selections-from-across-two.html

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  1. Thanks for posting this, Patty. Let me assure everyone that the book is not at all chaotic; it simply deals with a very wide range of topics. I found it fascinating, wonderfully informative, and often quite moving. I don’t think I ever learned so much from a single book as I did from the longer, original volume. (That was Across Two Novembers: A Year in the Life of a Blind Bibliophile.) I also bought some of the many books he reviewed so well. This is a brilliant abridgement, extremely well done, so I hope you will give this or the original book a try. Both are currently in print and e-book formats from Amazon and other online sellers. The e-books are text-to-speech enabled. This new book will be in audio from Audible in April or May. Let’s hope we will see more writing from David Faucheux in the future.

    1. David Faucheux Reply
      April 16, 2019

      Thank you. I’m always happy to read and reply to comments.

      1. Hello Leonore and David. Leonore, this was a very good review. David, thank you for commenting. Glad to hear from you.

      2. This context in my mind, chaotic was a compliment. Chaos is not always a bad thing.

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