Monthly Archives: October 2017

YOU WILL FLIP OVER THIS FLIPBOOK!

Stacey Rea has come out with a 2017 Second Edition of her fun and very helpful American Mah Jongg Flipbook Reference Guide. For those of you who can’t seem to find a Mah Jongg teacher in your area, or just need some brushing up on how to play, this flipbook will be all you need.

For more information, contact Stacey at www.26thavenuepress.com.

Here are a few glimpses at what you will find in this flipbook:

MAH JONGG…AND YOGA, TOO!

They are calling it YOGA JONGG and our good friend Leah Feigenbaum of MahJongg Mentor is all part of it! If you are looking for a Zen experience combined with the excitement of our beloved game of Mah Jongg all the while cruising the high seas in the utmost comfort, this is the cruise for you! For more information, contact Aaron Caplan at Aaron@bewelltravel.com.


ALL THAT GLITTERS…IS FABULOUS!!!

In honor of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month I am editing and rerunning a column from about two years ago…here it is:

Screen Shot 2016-01-24 at 11.48.24 PMThat Lynn Chorn from www.wherethewindsblow.com is one fabulous lady. And, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she carries this terrific Breast Cancer Awareness Mah Jongg Set. 

I own this set and I can promise you that it is special and something that I treasure. It is a great gift for any and everyone, especially those whose lives – or the lives of loved ones – have been touched by breast cancer. 

Check out these wonderful “Find the Cure” Jokers that match the pink glitter tiles of the set:

Breast Cancer Tiles-XL-001And look at everything that comes with this set, including the great pair of dice and pink racks with pushers attached!Breast Cancer Special Value Set (2)BTW, the set also comes with ten regular pink glitter Jokers, just in case you want to use the “Find the Cure” pink ribbon tiles for something else. 

And now Lynn is selling these special dice alone for only $5. What a great gift this is for anyone who has been touched by this disease (and we all know at least one person, don’t we?)