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Hello! Just a quick post to ensure things are up to date with Blogger now Google+ has left the stage.  

I hope to begin a newsletter in the near future. If you'd like to receive occasional updates to your e-mail, please private message me to my Facebook page at this link: 




To purchase my e-book on Amazon Kindle, please go to this link:


This Facebook Page (link below) was my first upon publishing "Stroke Story." I'm keeping it up to sustain the Writer Group connected to it: Writers' Haven

On Coconut Bay, MaryEllen Gambutti, Author

If you're interested in joining the Group, Writers' Haven, you can request to join through the (above) Page, or request here:

Writers' Haven Facebook Membership Group


To purchase the Kindle version of my book, go to this link:

Permanent Home: A Memoir

I believe that covers it for now! 

Please return to my new blogger posts as they are updated.  Let me know by personal message on facebook (mentioned above) if you'd like to subscribe to the planned newsletter. And please follow me on facebook, and here.

Thanks so much!
I really appreciate your reviews of my books -- both kindle and paperback!

Til next time
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Haiga: my original photo and poem:

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