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I Updated My Story About Republishing Beyond Motivation October 19, 2017

Posted by Richard E. Ward in Beyond Motivation.
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I just finished editing and updating the story about my journey to republish BEYOND MOTIVATION by James T. McCay.

It was just about a year ago, November 2016, that I moved back to Montreal, Quebec (my hometown) after being away for more than 35 years; and thankfully my energy is returning after being in and out of hospitals in Toronto due to diverticulosis. But it has been a long haul in recovery.

So, now the adventure continues with BEYOND MOTIVATION as I learn more about promoting and marketing a book.

Beyond Motivation by James T. McCay. Expanded Edition by Richard E. Ward

Available for download from:
Smashwords
Amazon Worldwide
Apple iTunes,
Barnes & Noble, Inktera,
Kobo Books, OverDrive, & Scribd

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Go Habs Go! The times they are a changin’ April 21, 2017

Posted by Richard E. Ward in Musings.
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What is going on? The times they are a changin’. Friday night. I am listening to my favourite Leonard Cohen album “Live in London” having just finished reading “What the Puck: Game 5 loss a bitter pill to swallow for Habs fans” by Montreal Gazette writer Brendan Kelly. And I watched the Habs in game 5 last night. What is going on? Hahahaha.

When I texted my daughter after the loss last night, she responded “You watched a hockey game?”

I haven’t really paid any attention to hockey for decades although I have always been a Habs fan, being a Montrealer born. It is in our blood after all.

Montreal Canadiens Habs logo

I remember travelling, as a kid, to Montreal from Brockville, Ontario to watch Habs games with Dad.

Unlike me, my daughter Seymour is steeped in Habs lore and can discuss with deep passion and knowledge the ins and outs of the Habs.

Although the Habs lost in game 5 the loss has not dampened my spirits. After all I have decades to catch up on. And there are many more Stanley Cup wins in the future. Game 6 tomorrow night.

Go Habs Go!

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