The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories

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Baby Boomers, remember the holidays? Aluminum trees, “The Chipmunks Song,” TV specials with the Peanuts gang or the Grinch? Remember making Chex Mix and Green Bean Casseroles?

This book contains the true and often wacky stories behind the fads and holiday traditions of the Boomer Era.

Who invented Bubble Lites?
Did an Oregon DJ really get fired on the air for playing Elvis’ version of “White Christmas?”
What were the secret histories of Barbie and Ken, or Slinkys, Play-Doh, and games like Operation?
The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories reveals all this and more!
If you’re a Baby Boomer, or if you want to thrill someone born between 1946 and the 1960s, this book is certain raise a smile, a squeal, and maybe even a toast.

Death Speaker: A Novel of Ancient Gaul

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The horns screamed for battle, and from all sides, men responded.

On a day two thousand years ago, in a country we now call France, horses rear, throwing centurions off their backs. The Romans crouch and run away like scared dogs, their red cloaks flailing behind them. Shrieking to match the horns, tribal warriors burst from the bushes to give chase. Emyn stands in a river that seems shallow and still as death–then the warriors run past, holding their swords and axes high.

The screams and horns stopped. Emyn looked around. The sun shone on the curious faces of the king, his druids, and his guests. As they had since she was a child, the ghosts had transported her soul to someplace far away.
“A battle begins,” she announced.

Emyn, a Celtic peasant, possesses a gift at once terrifying and rare: she hears the dead. Spirits warn her of Caesar and his legions who rampage through her homeland seeking power, gold, and slaves. But the ghosts can only talk, and they don’t always tell the truth. In the end, Emyn must rely on her own stubborn courage to meet her destiny.

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