Monthly Archives: December 2018

Tales From Up North

This week’s topic is one I suggested: “Have you ever been snowed in? If so, what did you do to pass the time?” Here in West Michigan we often see LOTS of snow. The past few winters have been relatively … Continue reading

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Last Rant, New Wishes

Christmas week and a free week here at 4F, 1H, yet anything it’s been anything but ‘free’ here. I needed to dash off an idea and decided to use one that has been bothering me for some time: writers who … Continue reading

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She Thinks He Has the Itch

Amanda’s Domineering Friend Convinces Her that Jason is Scratching his Itch with Another Woman By Jeff Salter We’re in the final full week of the year and it’s been a while since I’ve used a “free week” to tell you … Continue reading

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The Day After Christmas

Okay, Christmas is over, passing in a blur of laughter, food, friends and family, wrapping paper, and cranky, over-stimulated children. It was totally glorious, but I’m so tired I can hardly move. I’m so worn out I’m even thinking that … Continue reading

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Remarkable Reads for 2018, Part Twelve

It’s Christmas Eve! I have so much to celebrate this year. I have my amazing family. One side of our family gathered at our home on Saturday, and the other side will celebrate the holidays at the end of this … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Alison Golden

When I asked Alison Golden to allow me to interview her, I had no idea just how accomplished she was. I must admit that I was awed by her fame, once I got into my research on her. Alison has … Continue reading

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Book Review: Uncovering a Real WW2 Spy

Intrepid — the Man Behind the Scenes, Involved in Nearly Everything By Jeff Salter As I was reading this (1976) non-fiction book, I was thinking, “if this were a novel, nobody would believe it.” William Stevenson’s “A Man Called Intrepid” … Continue reading

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