Libbie the Lobster

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Flagler Beach Fun on the way to The Nation’s Oldest City

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A new author friend S.K. Nicholls Loves our beach town and our book! Thanks Susan for writing about your visit in our fabulous town.

S.K. Nicholls

The RS and I took a notion to travel on Saturday and headed out to St. Augustine for an overnighter. We usually travel south for Old World Florida fun but this trip took us a bit north. The highlight was a detour off I-95 across Hwy. #100 to Flagler Beach where local authors were having a book signing at Change Jar Books. All of these authors write their stories set in Flager Beach and are local celebrities. They should be regional or national celebrities. When they are, we can say, “We knew them when…” You can follow Tim on Twitter @blindoggbooks, drop by and show some love. He’s almost at 10,000 followers.

The RS knows the work effort that went into writing and publishing Red Clay and Roses and he really appreciates independent authors. One of our favorite writers, Tim Baker was at the signing. We picked up a…

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Author: Libbie The Lobster

I am a writer and a co-author of the children's book, Saving Libbie the Lobster, with Heather Chalmers. Our story is based on the true adventure of how we rescued a rare yellow lobster from our local supermarket.

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