Special 40% Off New-Release Offer

By April 4th, 2018

National Award-Winning Author
Mack W. Borgen’s

Dead Serious and Lighthearted

The Memorable Words of Modern America
Volume I (1957-1976)

Now Available on Amazon

(Special Direct from Publisher Offer Also Available at www.mackwborgen.com)
(Special Offer Expires April 30, 2018)

Place Your Order Now

“This book is a ‘must read.’”
Michael Levin,
New York Times Bestselling Author, Boston, Massachusetts

Dead Serious and Lighthearted book cover

“The ‘memorable words’– reminders of where we were, where we are now,
and where we might be heading.”

Wayne S. Bell, California Real Estate Commissioner, Sacramento, California

“Deserves a place in our education curriculum …”
Reid A. Olsen, Education and Business Consultant, Chicago, Illinois

Presented For Every Year
The Memorable “Data Words”

Seminal Books
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books and The New York Times Best Sellers
Academy Awards and PrettyFamous’ Best Picture
Best Movie Lines and Most Widely-Viewed Television Shows
Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word Album
Best and Worst Book Titles and Books Most Frequently Banned
Presidential Campaign Themes and Corporate Slogans and Advertising Tag-Lines
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY
The Memorable Words from Speeches, Books, Writings, and Other Sources

The fascinating and frivolous; the tragic and momentous,
The eloquent and bumbling; and the touching and endearing.

PLEASE ORDER YOUR BOOKS TODAY

A SPECIAL GIFT
FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, CLIENTS AND ASSOCIATES

Reminder – Book Costs May Be Tax Deductible. Book costs may be tax deductible in certain circumstances such as if delivered as client or customer appreciation gifts or if used for client or prospecitve client development. Please consult your tax advisor.

A portion of all book proceeds are distributed to those charities listed at www.mackwborgen.com


Blog 75

April 4, 2018

By Mack W. Borgen

Santa Barbara, California


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