Monthly Archives: August 2017

My First Ghost Novel

And My Homage to a Terrific 1947 Film By Jeff Salter No self-respecting Southern girl takes second place to a spook. How can Levi focus on his attractive colleague when he lives with a beautiful ghostess?  The 1947 movie, “The … Continue reading

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computer woes

I have been without a computer for quite some time now. This past weekend I finally have one again and it’s great. It is so much faster and easier on my hands to be able to type what I am … Continue reading

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Fifty Favorites for 2017: Part Eight

It’s been a really busy summer, and according to Goodreads I’m three books behind schedule if I’m going to finish fifty books by the end of the year! One reason I’m behind is because my mom started having medical problems … Continue reading

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Guest:Author Collette Cameron

I am very pleased to have Collette Cameron join us today. Collette and I have many mutual Facebook Friends. Since we seem to post more than many, we see quite a bit of each other. I am treated to pictures … Continue reading

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Guest Hound Phil Bazer

Welcome to Hound Day, Phil By Jeff Salter I have long wanted to share with y’all the writings of my friend Phil Bazar. We grew up in the same area (St. Tammany Parish, LA), went to the same high school … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Behind the Dugout with Jean Joachim

During the summer months, hubby and I watch a lot of baseball. I grew up watching the Detroit Tigers, but hubby, even though his family was only twenty miles from mine, was raised as a White Sox fan. So any … Continue reading

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First Publications, Looking Forward

Our very first publications and/or bylines, how did they feel? With the first ones in school, I felt embarrassed. I had very little self-esteem and I had critical people around me, so I never felt anything was good enough when … Continue reading

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Exhilaration, Validation, and then Let-Down

How I’ve Felt After Publications By Jeff Salter This week, we’re talking about how we’ve felt after our first few bylines or publications. I need to preface all this by clarifying that as long as I can remember, I’ve been … Continue reading

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Tale of Sale

Garage/Yard sales are this week’s topic, coincidentally, just two weeks after my guest Sherry Harris came in to talk about her Garage Sale Mysteries. The schedule had been planned by another Fox without her knowledge, long after I had booked … Continue reading

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