Round Up The Usual Subjects

Softcover, 5 x 8 inches, 202 pages
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purchase at Amazon USA

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My book,  Round Up The Usual Subjects, is a compilation of 1000 original thoughts taken from my first blog, "A Robert Brault Reader."  The blog itself is no longer accessible on the internet. 

You can find the book on Amazon USA, Amazon Europe, Amazon India and (new!) Amazon Canada.  Just click one of the following:

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 If you'd like an inscribed copy, send check and mailing address to the address below (USA residents only).   The price is $9.00 per copyshipping included.  If you prefer to use PayPal, address payments to bobbrault@att.net.  Be sure to email me your mailing address and inscription info.  Thank you.


Robert Brault
49 Byron Drive
Avon, CT 06001

email:  bobbrault@att.net

10 comments:

  1. Yea!!!
    It's such a great compilation of your work!
    Thanks for the update, and the book, Robert!
    ~ Many blessings always ~
    ~ Maria

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  2. Hooray!! I'm just so happy that it's available again! xoxo

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  3. Just ordered your book. I enjoy your work. Blessings!

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  4. I was just looking up quotes on gratitude and came across this one from you on quotegarden; "There is no such thing as gratitude unexpressed. If it is unexpressed, it is plain, old-fashioned ingratitude." Love it! I will be buying your book as a Christmas gift. Thanks.

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  5. Thanks all. Lynn, welcome -- especially grateful for the Christmas suggestion. Hoping one or two others might feel the same way.

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  6. I have already read few pages of your book. it is beyond amazing. and it is exactly the book i need to read right now. I would love to purchase a copy from you. Would you please tell me how to purchase it and also about the inscription ?

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  7. "If today you can't be anything else to anybody, you can be the passing stranger who nodded hello." I really like this quote and had my students reflect on it as part of a kindness project at school. You have a lot of great thoughts! Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. Thanks so much for your comment. You have brightened an older fellow's day.

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