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Nostalgia? There’s an app for that.

Hungry for history? In love with the past?
Now you can indulge that interest anytime and anywhere.
My friends at Nostalgia Magazine recently launched an app available for android and iOS devices.

They’ve also included an excerpt from War Bonds: Love Stories from the Greatest Generation.

“The Luck of the Draw” can be accessed via the app or the website.

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War Bonds in Nostalgia Magazine

If you haven’t yet read or purchased War Bonds: Love Stories From the Greatest Generation, here’s a chance to read an excerpt in the January/February edition of Nostalgia Magazine.

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Chapter 3; The Luck of the Draw

The Luck of the Draw tells the story of Fenton and Violet Roskelley. The pair met when Fenton’s unit was assigned to Violet’s regiment in Cornwall, England.

Pick up a copy of Nostalgia at news stands and bookstores throughout the Inland Northwest or order online.

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Excerpt from War Bonds in current issue of Nostalgia Magazine

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If you can’t wait until February to read some of War Bonds– you don’t have to!

Chapter 31 “So Nice To Come Home To”  from War Bonds: Love Stories from the Greatest Generation is featured in the current edition of Nostalgia Magazine. The magazines should be in newstands next week!

“So Nice To Come Home To” is the story of Charlie and Mable Mitson. They married in 1942 and recently celebrated their 72nd Anniversary!

Charlie was a career military man, serving in WWll, Korea and Vietnam.
You don’t want to miss their amazing story!

If you live in the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene area you can find the magazine at Rosauers, Yokes (north side), Auntie’s, Corner Door Fountain and Books, Barnes and Noble, Albertsons (south side).