Monthly Archives: August 2019

Guest: Author Jeanne Matthews

Today I am pleased to have as my guest Jeanne Matthews, best known for her Dinah Pelerin international mysteries.   Welcome, Jeanne! We have only become Facebook Friends recently yet we had met before.  Jeanne, you probably don’t remember meeting … Continue reading

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If You Think You Understand the Lusitania’s Sinking

… You may be completely wrong By Jeff Salter Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania (2016) By Erik Larson Being an avid student of history – and especially of military history – I’ve often prided myself on recognizing … Continue reading

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Review: The Flip

Blurb: Andrew and Sonnet hated each other in high school. Always rivals for the best grades and top academic honors, there was no love lost between these two nerds after graduation. Ten years later, they’ve both been named heirs to … Continue reading

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Guest Authors: Mysti Parker and Lindsey Loucks

I love it when I get opportunities to meet authors I’ve known only online, and a few weeks ago I had the chance to have a face-to-face meeting with Mysti Parker. She and Lindsey R. Loucks are busy writing and … Continue reading

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Big Points That I Have Learned in Life

What have I learned so far in life? A great deal I have had many people around me, I have lived in many places, and as my mother would say, I’m no spring chicken. In fact, I seem to now … Continue reading

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Life-Long-Learner

What I’ve Learned About Life So Far By Jeff Salter Having been quite sure – when I was a teen – that I knew just about everything worth knowing… the most significant thing I’ve learned since that point is that … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned About Life So Far

Wow, that’s a big question, but I’ll give it a shot. First, just because something is new, it doesn’t mean it’s better. Conversely, just because it’s something we’ve done for a long time, it doesn’t mean it’s better. Second, we … Continue reading

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