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Come Visit Eva Gordon's Bitten by Books Tea Party!!

Hand of Miriam A Bayla and the Golem Novel By Eva Gordon
A Victorian world of supernatural creatures, magnificent airships, a secret society, and one bluestocking adventuress who, threatened by evil seeks protection by awakening the golem.

Blurb: On an archaeological expedition, Bayla Gideon, iswidowed by asupernatural force andbranded with the Hand of Miriam or Knowing Eye. Threatened by evil, she awakens the golem; a mythical man of clay, who protected the Jewish community over three centuries ago. The golem, Gesher, is surprised. Freedom –by a beautiful, enchanting woman. His desire is to return to the celestial spheres and regain his status as an avenging angel. Yet, Bayla challenges his mind, body and soul. Would he risk his return to the heavens for her? Besides, dealing with the otherkind, mad inventors and an unrelenting matchmaking aunt, Bayla is equally determined to resist her steamy attraction to the striking fallen angel.  Thrust into a malevolent war, which includes facingJack t…

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Pharmacy Post - HELP! I have new insurance!!

Hello all! Welcome to 2014 and the joyous day that pharmacies love...


Here are some tips for a peaceful transition:

1. If you got a new insurance card in the mail, bring it to the pharmacy! No one likes to get to the pick up window and have the cashier ring up hundreds of dollars of medications for cash - ack!

2. Just because your insurance hasn't changed, that doesn't mean your new card is the same as the old. THROW away your old card and REPLACE it with the new one! You may have a new group number or identification number and that will render your old card useless :)

3. What if you don't have your card yet and need DRUGS!?

You have a couple of options: You could try calling your new insurance and asking for these things: The BIN, the PCN, the GROUP NUMBER, your ID NUMBER, and your PERSON CODE.

Sound confusing?! Think about us! Haha :)

You can have the pharmacist give you a smaller quantity of medication to get your through until you get your new card. When…