Monthly Archives: November 2018

Guest Fox, Melody Delgado

Welcome Melody to Hound Day  By Jeff Salter I first ran across Melody Delgado when I was sleuthing around the Clean Reads Author Site looking for someone with a recent humorous novel. Fortunately, Melody allowed me catch up with her … Continue reading

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A Memorable Heroine

One of my most memorable heroines is Tatiana Barrington, a character created by Paullina Simons for her Bronze Horseman trilogy.  I bought The Bronze Horseman in the off chance that I’d like it, but from the moment I started reading … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Diana Lloyd and How to Train Your Baron

Years ago, before I got up the nerve to submit any of my stories to a publisher, I entered several writing contests. I never won, but I did get some encouraging feedback that urged me to continue writing. But for … Continue reading

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Happy Hosting

Free week here and I had an idea for a post, but with it being the day after Thanksgiving, I know that most people are too busy  to pay my usual Friday post a visit. So, I’ll not talk  writing … Continue reading

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Size DOES Matter

When You’re Only One Foot Tall By Jeff Salter It’s been about 11 months since I reminded y’all about my novel “Size Matters”. It’s part fantasy, part Sci-Fi, part romance, and part action. And, of course, there’s humor. Accidentally swallowing … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pie

Happy Thanksgiving to you all! Yes, I know Thanksgiving is tomorrow, but I won’t be around tomorrow to say it. Tomorrow I’ll be putting my Thanksgiving dinner together. My menu doesn’t vary too much from year to year. We always … Continue reading

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Remarkable Reads for 2018, Part Eleven

With only a month and a half left in the year, I’m behind on my reading! In order to reach my yearly Goodreads goal of 50 books, I needed to step things up. Normally, I read while eating, but for … Continue reading

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Write Seasons

Is there a particular time of year when my writing is more productive? That is going to be hard for me to answer, since my life has recently changed a great deal. Per my post of two weeks ago, I … Continue reading

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Productive Seasons

When My Writing Peaks By Jeff Salter Before I talking about writing in general, let me look back several decades to that time when I mostly composed poetry. The first big breakthrough in my poetry came during April-May of 1966 … Continue reading

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