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About jeff7salter

Currently writing romantic comedy, screwball comedy, and romantic suspense. Twelve completed novels and five completed novellas. Working with three royalty publishers: Clean Reads, Dingbat Publishing, & TouchPoint Press/Romance. "Size Matters" -- Oct. 2016 "The Duchess of Earl" -- Jul. 2016 "Stuck on Cloud Eight" -- Nov. 2015, "Pleased to Meet Me" (novella) -- Oct. 2015, "One Simple Favor" (novella) -- May 2015, "The Ghostess & MISTER Muir" -- Oct. 2014, "Scratching the Seven-Month Itch" -- Sept. 2014, "Hid Wounded Reb" -- Aug. 2014, "Don't Bet On It" (novella) -- April 2014, "Curing the Uncommon Man-Cold -- Dec. 2013, "Echo Taps" (novella) -- June 2013, "Called To Arms Again" -- (a tribute to the greatest generation) -- May 2013, "Rescued By That New Guy in Town" -- Oct. 2012, "The Overnighter's Secrets" -- May 2012. Co-authored two non-fiction books about librarianship (with a royalty publisher), a chapter in another book, and an article in a specialty encyclopedia. Plus several library-related articles and reviews. Also published some 120 poems, about 150 bylined newspaper articles, and some 100 bylined photos. Worked about 30 years in librarianship. Formerly newspaper editor and photo-journalist. Decorated veteran of U.S. Air Force (including a remote ‘tour’ of duty in the Arctic … at Thule AB in N.W. Greenland). Married; father of two; grandfather of six.

Better Late Than Never

How Early Do We Decorate? By Jeff Salter Logical for us to be blogging this week about a holiday topic, namely: how early we decorate for Christmas. I can’t recall how much of this I have previously revealed here at … Continue reading

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Guest Hound, William Alan Webb

… and Happy Thanksgiving to my friend, Bill Webb By Jeff Salter I’m pleased to score this interview with the exciting new novelist, William Alan Webb… especially since he’s willing to spend his Thanksgiving Holiday with us at 4F1H. I … Continue reading

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She Thinks She’s In Regency Times

But she’s really in middle Tennessee in 2013 By Jeff Salter A young woman suddenly awakens after a terrible vehicle accident convinced she’s betrothed to a lesser British baron 200 years ago. But instead of a baron, she encounters a … Continue reading

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Time Traveler, Of Course

Preferred Method of Travel? By Jeff Salter Naturally, when one of the Foxes asked this question for our weekly topic, I had to answer honestly — time travel is THE way to go. Not only can you select your destination … Continue reading

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The Nights That Were Longest

Do the Longer Nights Affect My Writing? By Jeff Salter We’re talking about how the seasonal shift to daylight savings time may affect our writing. I can’t swear that it’s related to the longer periods of darkness, but I do … Continue reading

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Guest Hound, John Theo

Welcome, John Theo By Jeff Salter Can’t recall exactly when I first encountered John, but undoubtedly it was sometime this year at the site where several of us Clean Reads authors gather to chew and spit and swap tall tales. … Continue reading

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Wendy Knight’s Cauldron Bubble

By Angie Schroeder The guest post that was planned for today fell through due to some unforeseen circumstances so I am going to tell you about the last book I read. It was a lovely story by the talented Wendy … Continue reading

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