Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Old Dreams

“If you could live anywhere in the world with no expenses to consider, where would you live? Why?” I am not sure the perfect place exists, but I would give it a shot. “Expenses” is generally a big consideration, but … Continue reading

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Quest For The Perfect Location

Nowhere Else That I’d Rather Be By Jeff Salter Topic: If I could live anywhere in the world with no limits on expense, where would I live… and why? First of all – and you’ve heard this from me before … Continue reading

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Where Indeed?

“If you could live anywhere in the world with no expenses to consider, where would you live? Why?” As a teacher of geography for thirty five years I’ve thought a lot about this question. Each time we started to study … Continue reading

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Ireland, of course

This week we were asked if we could live anywhere in the world with no expenses to consider, where would we live and why. Surprisingly, this is a tough one for me. I am certain that anyone who knows me … Continue reading

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Murder in the Locked Library

By Ellery Adams Number Four of the “Book Retreat Mysteries” Review by Jeff Salter Amazon blurb: With her twins, Fitzgerald and Hemingway, back in school, Jane Steward can finally focus on her work again—managing Storyton Hall, and breaking ground on … Continue reading

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Review: A Mother for Christmas

Blurb: Decker Davenport is on a deadline. He has thirty days — Christmas Eve, to be exact — to remodel a St. Augustine Victorian house or the owner will put it back on the market. Not a good time for … Continue reading

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P.S. I Love You

For the past several years sometime in late January or early February I will cozy up under a blanket with a hot cup of tea, turn out the lights, and watch P.S. I Love You. The movie is such a … Continue reading

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Creative Control

“What is the most important thing you learned after completing your first book?” That being a writer is nothing like I expected it to be. Again, as I said last week when asked about publishing a first book, the “I … Continue reading

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Difficulty Learning New Tricks

What’s an Old Dog doing in an endeavor that requires so much effort … with so little reward? By Jeff Salter Topic: What is the most important thing you learned after completing your first book? As I sometimes do, I … Continue reading

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Things I Learned

“What is the most important thing you learned after completing your first book?”  I thought this was an interesting topic because in my opinion most new authors are totally clueless about what to do after their book is accepted for … Continue reading

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