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Dreaming In Ink; A Unique Anthology

11 Authors

 

Published in early 2021 (Amazon), this anthology was written by 11 member-writers of Dreaming In Ink. It is a collection of 77 vignettes, poetry, and song lyrics in multiple genres, representing fiction and non-fiction. There is something within these pages for readers of all palettes.

                                                                                     Reviews

                                                                                      Gina M.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars - Great compilation of stories

Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2021

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Very cool book with a variety of writing voices and types of stories. Fiction, non-fiction, song lyrics, poems, love stories, scary stories...there is something everyone would like. It’s a big book, so a lot of reading and value for the

price! 

                                                                                  Pamela W.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars - Dreaming in Ink is an adventure in fascinating storytelling. Excellent!

Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2021

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This collection is astonishing and amazing in its variety. Every story is more entrancing than the last. This group of authors have done a phenomenal job!

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     No Stoppin’ This Boppin’;

           Let The Good Times Roll

           Bob and Terri Skurzewski

No Stoppin’ This Boppin’ - Let The Good Times Roll (Amazon, 2013) is a retrospective of Buffalo from 1950 through 1964 - when AM radio was KING! Buffalo had many great DJ personalities and each interview took us behind the scenes and showed how the broadcast industry worked, and how they entertained

with their on-air antics.

 

Readers will be delighted by references to hit-making groups, singers, songwriters, and musicians of the era, who talk about how it happened and how they enjoyed the ride. It was a glorious time in post-war America when everybody was under the spell of doo wops, DJs and favorite radio stations.

 

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   It is magnificent! A very apt and very explicit picture of Buffalo-area radio... the book gets into the music side of life in the Buffalo area as well as the stations and the radio personalities. This is one of the most wonderful books about radio I’ve ever seen.

 

   It’s history. Accurate. Picturesque. Entertaining. A full and very delightful tale of what was going on in Buffalo right up to the so-called British Invasion. I’m proud to have it in my library and when I go along, this book will be donated to a university library. Great on you!

 

                                                   Claude Hall, Billboard Magazine (retired),

                              writer and author of Billboard's famous "Vox-Jox" for many years

 

 

   It is a great deal of research and (a) labor of love! You have made my day; hell, you have made my year!

 

                                         Tom Shannon, Central Coast of California (Chapter 13)

 

                                                              5 of 5 stars – Amazon.com

   This is an excellent recap and review of the ’50s and early ’60s in music and radio broadcasting in Buffalo, New York. Lots of great detail, very well presented.

  

Wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your book about Buffalo radio. It’s a very thorough and fascinating read. Thanks for doing this. It’s a nice addition to my library.

 

                                                Dusty Rhodes (formerly of WASI Radio)

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Post-Mortem

Depression

Jimmy Neureuther

Have you ever heard someone say something just wrong enough that you sort of understand them, yet you have to think about what you heard? Most people know what they mean to say but sometimes what comes out isn’t exactly correct. Other times, things sound so wrong, you can’t help but wonder what they were trying to say. Most of the words make sense but sometimes people mangle one or two of them and end up conveying something completely different.Here then, for your amusement, is a collection of linguistic wrongdoings. Some are self-explanatory. Some deserve comment, which I’ve happily supplied. Couple these with some interesting pictures and you’ve got, Post-Mortem Depression (Amazon, 2014).

© 2022 by Dreaming In Ink Writers Group WNY

© 2022 by Dreaming In Ink Writers Group WNY

© 2022 by Dreaming In Ink Writers Group WNY

Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars Well Worth It

Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2015

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Very funny book. Good coffee table item. Loved it.

Kristen N.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars Hysterical!

Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2014

I am glad the hilarious things people say were collected in a book! Open this up for when you want a good laugh, these will never get old.... as long as some people continue to say dumb things, we will continue to be entertained. Well done!

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