Category Archives: Jeff Salter

Pardon Me, Pardner — But You’re In My Space

Sharing Work Space and Partnering with Other Authors By Jeff Salter This week, we’re blogging about sharing — who we’d share writing space with and who we’d want as co-authors. Supposedly I came up with this topic, way back when, … Continue reading

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More Backstory About My Tribute to the Greatest Generation

How My Novel “Called to Arms Again” Came to Be By J. L. Salter Details have become somewhat hazy over the past ten years, but I’m pretty sure the seeds of my third novel — third completed and the third … Continue reading

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Walker Percy’s Thanatos Syndrome

Percy’s Look at a Dystopian Society By Jeff Salter I can’t claim that Walker Percy ever used the term “dystopian” to describe this novel or its prequel, but this pair of novels is what I thought of when we received … Continue reading

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Serendipity Took Me There

Or… I Started the Bear Book Only Because I’d Forgotten to Bring Anything to Read By Jeff Salter This week, we’re blogging about unusual ways we found books or authors and I have a great example of each. One was … Continue reading

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Lost in Space

The Extent of My Extra-Terrestrial Travel By Jeff Salter This week we’re asked whether we’d travel in space (assuming we could safely return). The question focused on Mars and the Moon, though I don’t think they’re necessarily the most charming … Continue reading

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My Dream House

If Money Was No Object By Jeff Salter Gosh, I’ve never done ANYthing where money was no object. Let me see. The complex would be set away from the nearest road, but still visible from that surface. [If I have … Continue reading

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Guest Fox, Nicole Zoltack

My Guest Lives in Two Different Ages [Well, She Got Married During the Renaissance] By Jeff Salter This is my 350th post here at 4F1H and I’m delighted to use it to feature my Guest Fox, Nicole Zoltack. The talented … Continue reading

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