Monthly Archives: April 2015

It’s Survey Time Again

Originally posted on A Writer of History:
Yes, I know some of you will think I’m crazy! However, the topic of reading is always on my mind and this time, with advice from historical fiction editor and blogger Jenny Quinlan and…

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CHANCES ARE, YOU’RE A WRITER…

While searching for something to use in my Wednesday’s Wisdom post, I ran across Just Writer Problems, a diverting site dedicated to pointing out some of the wackier issues we writers have to deal with. They were too much fun to keep to … Continue reading

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A BOOK REVIEW OF COACHING DAD, by Fred Phillips

Fred Phillips’s time-travel, Coaching Dad, takes us from 2010 San Diego, to 1948, Hamptonville, a small town not far from Long Island. When we first meet the main character, Charles, his life is in shambles. His ex-wife divorces him for … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS FOR YOUR THURSDAY

HAVE A GREAT WEEK-END!

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