A quick post, Dear Reader. I’m almost to the end of my final memoir revision.

And I need your help.

What’s your favorite song with a variation of the word ‘walk’ in the title? Or maybe you love a song that features walking in the lyrics?

What about road trip songs? Do you have a favorite tune that signifies a long haul in the car?

Chapters in the memoir already make a rocking playlist. Maybe you’ll see your selected song in print. Leave your nomination with a link in a comment today. If I choose your song, I’ll mention you in the credits.

Thankyouverymuch.

(The Shrewsdays will return tomorrow. I’m not done with them.)

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TODAY’S MERIWETHER LEWIS BIRTHDAY MONTH TRIVIA QUESTION:

MERIWETHER LEWIS IS KNOWN AS AMERICA’S FIRST ___________________?

Yesterday’s Meriwether Lewis Birthday Month Trivia Question: SACAGAWEA HAD A BABY ON THE EXPEDITION. WHO ADOPTED HIM AND RAISED HIM AS THEIR OWN?

ANSWER: William Clark reared Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau as his own son. Congratulations to Jim Stewart for his spot-on answer!

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To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis is just $2.99 on Kindle during August in celebration of Meriwether Lewis’ Birthday Month.

Click here to read an excerpt.

Or click below to buy it.

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To check out the entire Meriwether Lewis Birthday Month Series, follow the links below:

Lewis and Clark: Screwing Their Way Across a Continent
Lewis and Clark and Sex Bombs
Who Was Meriwether Lewis Godfather?
If Meriwether Lewis Had Lived to be 80
Lewis and Clark and Old Blue Eyes
The Lion Will Lie Down With the Lamb
My Natchez Trace Walk Featured in We Proceeded On
Dead People Follow Me And They Talk To Me
Is Suicide the Final Arbiter of a Life. For Robin Williams. And Meriwether Lewis.
WordPress Is Killing Me
Fate’s Fickle Fingering
Happy Birthday Meriwether Lewis
I Just Can’t Come
Guardians of the Neighborhood
Did the Vikings Walk the Natchez Trace?
I’m an Idiot Who Doesn’t Do Details
Friendship Makes the World Go Around
The One Where the British Ate Frogmore Stew

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