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POETRY BOOK PROMO

REMINDER: By book of poems ON A RAINY NIGHT, is on sale free of charge through Amazon Kindle from Tuesday, October 1st, through Thursday, October 3rd.  Anyone with a Kindle, laptop, tablet or computer can download a copy. Please feel … Continue reading

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A BOOK OF VERSES

Recently I published a book of my verses: ON A RAINY NIGHT.  Next week, from October 1st through October 3rd, the book can be downloaded for free through Amazon Kindle.  Anyone with a computer, Kindle or tablet can download the … Continue reading

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A BOOK OF POEMS

As an undergrad, I majored in English.  I knew by then that I wanted to be a writer, and I anticipated that this would be the best route to go by. So my last year and a half at the … Continue reading

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A LAWYER’S CASEBOOK PROMO

From today through Wednesday, May 15th, my book of stories on the law, A LAWYER’S CASEBOOK, can be obtained for free on Amazon Kindle.  Simply go to Amazon.com, and do a search of the author, Charles Lupia.

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BOOK PROMO

I am a longtime WordPress blogger. In March of this year, I put my book of legal fiction A LAWYER’S CASEBOOK up for sale on Amazon and Kindle. On Monday through Wednesday this coming week, May 13th through 15th, the … Continue reading

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LEGAL FICTION

A number of years ago I was inspired to write a book of short stories dealing with the legal system.  It would depict events in the lives of judges, lawyers and convicts: the people most effected by that system. In … Continue reading

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BUDDIES CHAPTER

For my 200th blog with WordPress, I’m posting a sample chapter of my novella BUDDIES.  This novella will be featured in my upcoming book of legal fiction A LAWYER’S CASEBOOK. XII Jason Crofts was considered a petty criminal.  He’d been … Continue reading

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