Monthly Archives: July 2018

Temporarily Misplaced

Most of our trips when I was younger were visits to see my older brother at whatever military base he was stationed at or little day trips. We never really had anything go wrong on any of our trips. Once … Continue reading

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Vacation Misadventures

I was the one who came up with this topic… what was I thinking? Growing up, we didn’t go away on many vacations. I suppose it wasn’t the thing to do in my neighborhood. During the summer, we spent days … Continue reading

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Guest:Author Michael Charton

Today we have a guest who is quite an interesting fellow. Michael Charton is a man of curiosity and imagination. If we lived next door, I am sure that none of us would get anything done, since Joe-the–Husband and I … Continue reading

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Guest Fox, Roxanne Lambie

Welcome, Roxanne By Jeff Salter Roxanne Lambie is another new acquaintance in the stable of authors at Clean Reads. When I learned her first novel was being released, I dashed over and knocked on her door — fortunately, she was … Continue reading

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You Have No Imagination

Hello, and welcome to Four Foxes One Hound. Our featured author today is Andrew Williams author of Arcadia’s Children, which is published by Wings ePress. Andrew is sharing a bit of his writing history with us so Andrew welcome to … Continue reading

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Review of a Fairy Tale Re-telling

  I have to admit that I have not read much this year. I was simply having a difficult time allowing myself to get drawn into a story. However that stopped a few weeks ago when I read a friend’s … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Diane Burton and Numbers Never Lie

I belong to several groups of writers, both in person and online. One of the authors I know from both places is Diane Burton, author of romances in several sub-genres. Diane recently released a romantic suspense that I haven’t had … Continue reading

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Petable Pets

Are there any unusual pets you’ve had — or would like to have? I loved the dogs I have had with all my heart, but I find it hard to live without cats. Not unusual, although, some of them have … Continue reading

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Unusual Pets I’ve Had

… or That I Thought I Wanted By Jeff Salter Difficult to know exactly where to start with this topic, so I’ll go ahead and shock everybody. When I was a teen, I thought I wanted a pet baby chimpanzee, … Continue reading

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Unconditional Love

I’ve had pets ever since I was a little girl. In fact I remember my first pet, a little black and white spotted terrier that in my part of the South we called a fiest. Her name was Peanut and … Continue reading

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