Monthly Archives: March 2019

A Walk Through Time

Time travel is a topic that seems to come up a lot around here. My sister and I will randomly talk about it, while she would much rather be able to have a time travel television where she could simply … Continue reading

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Good Times! (?)

This week’s topic: If you could travel to any period of time for research purposes (or shear enjoyment) what time period would you travel to? Oh, no…the dreaded time travel question; it comes up in many interviews or Q and … Continue reading

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Time On My Hands

Could I… Would I… Travel in Time? By Jeff Salter Though I was not the one who suggested this topic, I’m pleased to see it crop up right now because I’m within a few weeks – I hope – of … Continue reading

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Happy for the Here and Now

One of our foxes asked, “If you could travel to any period of time for research or enjoyment, which period would you choose?” My short answer is that as much as I enjoy reading about history, I really wouldn’t want … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Joanna Campbell Slan and Book Download!

Once again, I stumbled into quite a famous author without realizing it, and this week I am pleased to bring in Joanna Campbell Slan. Sometimes I ask an author to join us and I have had to scramble to collect … Continue reading

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Guest Fox Emily-Jane Hills Orford

Welcome to 4F1H, Emily-Jane By Jeff Salter Emily-Jane is a colleague at Clean Reads and she’s observing the one-year anniversary of her first release with C.R. So, naturally, I wanted to help her celebrate. But, first, I had to track … Continue reading

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Review: Secret Lady

I always enjoy time travel novels, and this one was no exception. Evie McIntyre is a modern girl working with her grandmother at Lavender House, a Victoria property that survived Union general Sheridan’s burning back during the Civil War. Her … Continue reading

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