Dickie is proudly promoting and selling here a text by his good buddy John Ellerbach:  Public Relations Cases for Analysis and Action.  And at a discount!  Buy here (exclusive offer) and save postage and two bucks off the cover price:  $10.95 (list price is $12.95) gets you this just-published cases text PLUS free shipping

All 65 Episodes of "House of Curds" are now available in a series of four books. See below:

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"House of Curds - Devotees' Plot Companion: Season One" is now available in print and Kindle formats. Go to:  amazon.com.  For print: createspace.com/6202918 or use the BUY button to the right. $12.95 includes shipping.

"Let's Win One for the Crumper" is now available in print and Kindle formats. Go to:  amazon.com.  For print: createspace.com/6081471 or use the BUY button to the right. $12.95 includes shipping. 
 

Contact the author:  dickiefleegle@yahoo.com

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WHERE TO BUY

Research Digest and both volumes of Dickie in the Eighth are available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats.

(September 21, 2015) Here's a preview of the book that will revolutionize the way students and professors think about scholarly research. Available now here!

(January 2, 2015) Come learn how the character Dickie began, grew and morphed into the man-child that he is today. Available now here!

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Books

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1
Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1
Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1
Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1
Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1
Front cover of Dickie in the Eighth Semester 1

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Fake Release!

For immediate release:
 

(March 31, 2015) Celebrated Author Plans to Donate $1 Billion for Bust in D.C.: Richard Q. Fleegle Jr. III, author of the two-volume fictional triumph known as “Dickie in The Eighth,” announced today (March 31, 2015) tentative plans to possibly donate future book royalties to SPEW, the Society for the Preservation of Ear Wax.     
 

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Academic Job Posting!

(November 15, 2015)

Position: Seeking Interim Five-eighths- time Assistant Instructor of Criminology Communication and Beer Pong/Shuffleboard Coach with proper certification: Clodhopper State University.

Athletic Affiliation: Clodhopper State is a member of the Slower-Shorter-Fatter Athletic Conference named for Clodhopper’s first director of athletics, Astep Slower; Furball State’s first beer pong shuffleboard national champion, Abit “The Staggerer” Shorter; and Sophistry State’s first minority handicapped hops–and- hopscotch coach, Abdul Latoya “Clubfoot Chico”” Schwartz-Fatter.


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Reviews and Readers

     Lance Riddle, pictured above with a great book from his extensive library of outstanding literature, is an Animal Magnetism* major at Western Carolina University, somewhere in the Smoky Mountains. 

     Says Riddle: “The Eighth?  Easily my three best years of school!” 

     *This innovative major is an interdisciplinary effort, combining three departments with previously low enrollments:  Physics, Agriculture and Human Reproductive Studies.

     Kathleen Kiser, former Fleegle student, recently purchased the first volume of the book and, at least if you go by the smile, it appears* she likes Dickie in The Eighth!

     Says Kiser: "This book is so good I don't care a few hundred trees had to die to make it!"

    Of course, she is also now reading the four-volume, five-season "House of Curds" books and often laughing out loud!

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