If anyone misses me, I’m taking some time off. I promise to have lots of good stuff when I reappear.
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The Cactus Who Wanted to Be a Christmas Tree is now available on Kindle! The Kindle price is $2.99, or absolutely nothing if you subscribe to Kindleunlimited! The link is https://www.amazon.com/Cactus-Who-Wanted-Christmas-Tree-ebook/dp/B01GSG9PJQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1466477119&sr=1-1&keywords=bob+welbaum Of course, the paperback edition is still available for $8.99 on both Amazon.com and this website.
If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted anything lately, I’ve just returned from a remarkable trip to Japan. For privacy reasons, I never announce beforehand when I’m traveling, but I’m back now after visiting Tokyo, Nagano, Kyoto, and Hiroshima for the past week and a half. Oh, by the way, I also ran in the
The following review of Sunny and Victor: Best Friends Forever has been posted on the Readers’ Favorite website. https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/sunny-and-victor Reviewed By Hilary Hawkes for Readers’ Favorite Sunny and Victor: Best Friends Forever is a delightful color illustrated children’s book by Bob Welbaum. Little Sunny is a golden furred rabbit whose favorite game is making
The website Reader’s Favorite has just reviewed Some Poems About Life. Some Poems About Life by Bob Welbaum is an enjoyable and easy-to-read selection of thirty poems that examine ordinary life and its significance. Most of the verses rhyme and others are a mixture of line length and non-rhyming thoughts. The poet covers a variety
I will be appearing at Antiques Village in Centerville, OH (actually Washington Township) on Saturday, December 12 from 10 am to 6 pm. I’ll have my books, plus children’s books from Gypsy Publications. Antiques Village is in Washington Park Plaza (across the street from Sam’s Club), 651 Lyons Road, Washington Twp., OH 45459; 937-291-5060.
If you are following the refugee crisis in Europe and are concerned, there is an easy way to help. A man named David Altmayer has designed an online map that shows where the refugee camps are and what is needed at each camp. It also describes the situation at each location and provides contact information.
The nice folks at Bewildering Stories have published another story of mine in issue #643. It’s entitled “Distant Replay” and is based on my wargaming hobby. This issue’s link is — http://www.bewilderingstories.com/
The nice people at BewilderingStories.com have included my story “One Last Chance” in their 2015 Third Quarterly Review. It’s included in the “Order of the Hot Potato” which I consider an honor and means discussions are welcome. http://www.bewilderingstories.com/anthol…/625-636_antho.html
LIGHTNING STRIKES AGAIN! The nice folks at Bewildering Stories have again published something I wrote. “One Last Chance” — A man falls in love with a woman, but she doesn’t return his affection. Then he learns she is desperately ill. http://www.bewilderingstories.com/issue635/last_chance.html (I had to rewrite this three times before they’d accept it.)