Category Archives: favorite books

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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Yes, It IS Hoarding

Because I have many writers and/or readers on my main Facebook page, I see memes like this all the time: But this is  nowhere near what I have in my house. I also see :           … Continue reading

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Yippee-Ki-Yay

Finally READING the Classic Westerns By Jeff Salter Though I have been a huge fan of Westerns – on TV and at the movies – for my entire life, I somehow never got around to READING hardly any of them… … Continue reading

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Guest: Author J.C.Wing

I’d like to introduce you to a Facebook Friend of mine and of The Hound’s, J.C. Wing. She is one busy lady! JC. is a writer, editor, proofreader, administrator, publisher, and for 15 years, was a homeschooling mom. Her published … 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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Everybody Should Read This Book

My Celebrity Spokespersons By Jeff Salter This is another example of a topic I’d originally suggested, but for which I no longer recall whether I had anything particular in mind. Indeed, as I’ve read the offerings of the Resident Foxes … Continue reading

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The Water’s Not Different – Your Ears Are!

This week, one of the foxes asked, “What book from your childhood left the biggest impression? Which book would you love to read again?” We had a similar topic a few years ago, and I discussed how much I loved … Continue reading

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