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Finding Hidden Places

Falling Down the Research Hole APR 22, 2024 With all historical fiction and really most writing, you have to research. On my current manuscript, I’ve researched extensively. I had to find out much about World War II, life in the 1940’s, when transistor radios were invented and what ‘revenuers’ drove. It’s a good thing, because […]

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Book Review

The Winemaker’s Wife

by Kristin Harmel As I reread the ending few chapters, the tears came again. My husband tells me that heknows it’s a good book when I cry. The Winemaker’s Wife by @kristinharmel is an excellent book.It takes place in the vineyards of the Champagne region of France and the U.S. We first meet Ines, inMay, […]

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Exiled South

by Harriet Cannon Lizbeth Gordon’s husband doesn’t come home one day. He dies in a one-car auto accident. That’s not the shocking part. He had a hidden gambling addiction and accumulated a large pile of debt. At least it was hidden from Lizbeth. She’s left with only answers and empty banking accounts, so she put […]

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Dark Blue Waves

By: Kimberly Sullivan Dark Blue Waves had me at Jane Austen. But after Janet Roberts enters, I became immersed in her life. Her father’s making her choose between no money or a job at his architectural firm. He’s already picked out a husband for her and expects her to fall in line with his way […]

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