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Middle of June

It is the middle of June and things have been popping and happening. We have changes on the homefront and the author front as well. With the grandkids out for the holidays, we are spending more time outdoors. We also spend time at the beach. I got a new edition for the households. I have already posted several pictures on my Facebook and Twitter pages. As with all babies, Hugo, is in a period of adjustment with lots of teething and such.

I have already posted on my social media about the great news for my book, Halpatter Tustenuggee: Alligator Warrior being accepted by the Indie Florida project and available to the libraries across the state.

Below is the letter I received with the great news

Hi Linda Eadie,

Congratulations, you have successfully moved into the library space!

Your book, Alligator Warrior – Halpatter Tustenuggee, is now available in Indie Florida, a collection of books from local indie authors available exclusively on the BiblioBoard Library mobile and web platform. This collection is available to patrons of participating libraries all across your state/region. That’s right, your book is now available with just one click of a button to thousands of new readers in your state/region!

Your Book
http://library.biblioboard.com/content/53e7ebd2-893b-4fa2-b7e3-700935e6109e

If you see your library does not currently have access to Indie Florida, please let us know so we can let your local librarian know how they can adopt our indie author programs to easily promote local authors like yourself!

Very exciting and I hope that all those Florida History fans out there will order a copy from Amazon or ask for it at your local library during the summer months. It is a great historical fiction tale of a young Seminole during the 1800s. There is also some great factual information available for all my teacher friends out there.

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