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John C. snagged his copy of KENTUCKY BOURBON COUNTRY at Kentucky Crafted: The Market last weekend, and now he gets a FREE EBOOK too!

Janine B. got a signed copy of WOODY PLANTS OF KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE and a free ebook at the Kentucky Book Fair

Heidi R. holds her copy of Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel by @christinarice 

Heidi R. holds her copy of Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel by @christinarice 

Good choice Chuck P.!

Ann Dvorak Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel by Christina Rice.

Last weekend, we went to the Downtown Public Library in Lexington, KY for Feast and Fellowship: Kentucky Food Traditions. UPK authors Douglas Boyd, Deirdre Scaggs, and John Van Willigen were there to talk Oral History, Foodways, and Food Traditions in the Bluegrass State.

Here’s librarian, Virginia with two new books

Two more proud new owners of military history books and ebooks from the AUSA Annual Meeting.

Generals of the Army: Marshall, MacArthur, Eisenhower, Arnold, Bradley

Frontsoldaten: The German Soldier in WWII

We’ve met more than a few book lovers at the Association of the US Army Annual Meeting. Here’s Don H. with his new copy of MY LIFE BEFORE THE WAR by General John J. Pershing

Prof. Wendy Davis and a student at KATH with her new book.

An attendee at the Kentucky Association of Teachers of History (KATH) who just purchased a copy of How Kentucky Became Southern.

Steven E. reading Beetle by D. K. R. Crosswell.

Could the sheer size of this acclaimed biography be the reason why the (much lighter) ebook is in demand?

Thanks, Steven!