Anniversary of Rabbit Lane

Today is a happy day for me: it marks the 1st anniversary of the print publication of my book Rabbit Lane: Memoir of a Country Road.   The book tells the true life story of an obscure and magical farm road and its power to transform the human spirit.  Thanks to the nearly 200 of you who purchased and read the book in its inaugural year.  Thanks to those in my community who are working to raise awareness for the preservation of Rabbit Lane as a pathway for walkers, joggers, and cyclists.  Thanks to those in your communities who are finding and saving Rabbit Lanes everywhere.  These are special places that deserve to be preserved as a legacy for generations.  I hope we have the vision and persistence to preserve our respective Rabbit Lanes as special historical, cultural, social, and environmental icons.

Rabbit Lane: Memoir of a Country Road is available in print and full-color Kindle at Amazon.  See Rabbit Lane reviewed in Words and Pictures.

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2 thoughts on “Anniversary of Rabbit Lane

  1. Mary Russell

    You did something of great value when you first conceived the idea of Rabbit Lane, Roger, then put “pen to paper” and memorialized your vision into this wonderful book. I’m happy to know you and know you live the values that you have put across in this compilations of true stories. I appreciate your explaining to Harv and I what poetry means, that was something really fascinating to me. I’m glad to be your friend. Much luck in growing many sales of Rabbit Lane. It will do it’s part in holding onto the values of past days and giving the reader hope that goodness still exits in today’s tumultuous times.

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