Monthly Archives: June 2013

Interview with Author Bethany Averie

I am very please to have as my guest, author Bethany Averie. She is the reason I am here with you as ‘the Friday Fox’. I met Bethany online when I read an interview she did with one of my … Continue reading

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Announcing Echo Taps

By Jeff Salter  This week, we have a free space, which gives me a terrific opportunity to promote my newest release:  Echo Taps.  This is a short companion piece to my recent full-length novel, Called to Arms Again, which is … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be

Free week here on 4F1H …. First of all, I would like to again, say thanks to Jillian, who last week posted her final post. I hope it’ll be for a brief period and not for good. I will miss … Continue reading

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Lazy Days of Summer?

What happened to Summer Vacation for schoolkids? When I was in elementary school, (1st-6th grades), we felt free when school was out. And we were out until the first business day after Labor Day, (which, before the Monday Holiday Bill, … Continue reading

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Didn’t Travel on Summer Vacations

By Jeff Salter  We’re blogging about summer vacations this week. When I was a kid, my family didn’t take vacations during the summer.  But we surely did travel a lot during the late Spring, when school was still in session. … Continue reading

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Tired, Stressed and Too Much on My Plate

I’m going to take a break from being the Tuesday fox. I have way too much going on with my day job and trying to keep up with all that entails as well as blogging and writing and promoting. SO, … Continue reading

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Holidays – Is Bigger Always Better ?

“Stop and take your time to notice things and make those things you notice matter.”  ―    Cecelia Ahern,  Thanks for the Memories And there’s the holiday theme again … AND you are aware this could, in theory, turn out to be a … Continue reading

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Son and Father

I have had my hands and head full the few days and I nearly skipped-out of this week’s blog,( for the first time). Then I realized that this is my first anniversary with” Four Foxes, One Hound” and I just … Continue reading

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Dads of the Greatest Generation

By Jeff Salter In the 29 months I’ve been on this group blog, 4F1H, I’ve already written two father’s day columns. In 2011, it was dedicated to my father, Simon A. Salter [1920-2003] and included a poem I wrote for … Continue reading

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Dad Memory and Burgers

This one will be short and sweet and maybe funny. I started it yesterday (which was a pretty crazy day) and forgot to finish so it will now be very short since I gotta dash out the door. I was … Continue reading

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