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A Best-Selling
Book by

Henry Lansing Woodward

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Mr. Woodward was a Paramedic in Hawaii, Reno, Nevada, and Vancouver, Washington State.  This profession led to his second book, “CODE THREE, One Day in the Life of a Paramedic,” which is currently in editing.  It consists of thirteen stories about Paramedic ambulance runs completed by his partner and himself, all completed in one twenty-four-hour shift in Reno, Nevada.  He also has another manuscript ready for publication.  It is “The Story Book o Poems” and contains fifty-eight story poems.


Mr. Woodward has traveled extensively, visiting or living in forty-six countries while keeping a journal of the entire sixteen-year adventure.  Many of his stories and poems are derived from those journals.  You may find Mr. Woodward’s first book, “Yard Sale Today,” on Amazon and Kindle.  More books, stories, and poems are in progress.

What to Sell


“Clean out your closets and cupboards, your garage, your shed, your attic, and your basement. Put it all out. Don’t throw anything away yet. People love to dig through boxes of old plumbing parts, odds and ends, magazines, books, records, tapes and cassettes, CDs, videotapes and DVDs, computer games, etc.


Many Yard Sailers shop specifically for certain items or types of items.


They go crazy over vintage clothes, costume jewelry, and even old towels and rags! Countertop appliances are usually big movers, as are children’s toys and games.


Sports equipment in good condition is also desirable (especially if it is in season). Clean and unstained baby clothes will always sell. The list goes on and on.”


Published by Page Publishing, Henry Lansing Woodward’s informative book is a must-read for anyone interested in holding a yard sale or swap meet.


Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Yard Sale Today” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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What Readers  Are Saying

I read your words so cleverly written. I understand the frustration that has come from our system.

I wish you well and you go out and play. We all must do that and begin another day.

Wake up with the sun in your face; smile and be thankful you got out of this crazy rat race.

God bless you and live!


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