Monthly Archives: April 2012

Bibliophile (L is for Librarian) From Local Tom Bruno Is Free Through Thursday

Hey Joey,
I’m doing a free promo of my short story Bibliophile from today
through this Thursday (May 3rd).
http://www.amazon.com/Bibliophile-L-Librarian-ebook/dp/B0073AJXN0
Thanks a million as always and have a good break,
Tom

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Gloucester Reads Shakespeare Laureen Maher

Adam Bolonsky produces the Gloucester Reads Shakespeare project

Larueen reads from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" at the Beauty Bar on Parker Street.

First in a series of locals reading for the Gloucester Reads Shakespeare project at goodmorninggloucester.com.

www.beautybarstyle.com

On Another Jaunt Through Boston

The Old State House in Boston. This building housed the Colonial government from 1713 – 1776 and the State government from then until 1798. The lion on the left and the unicorn on the right are symbols of the British Monarchy. The originals were destroyed upon the reading of the Declaration of Independence from this balcony on July 18, 1776  They were replaced by replicas in 1882. The building now houses the State St. Orange and Blue Line MBTA station and a museum.

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