Category Archives: research

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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Guest: Author Alison Golden

When I asked Alison Golden to allow me to interview her, I had no idea just how accomplished she was. I must admit that I was awed by her fame, once I got into my research on her. Alison has … Continue reading

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Book Review: Uncovering a Real WW2 Spy

Intrepid — the Man Behind the Scenes, Involved in Nearly Everything By Jeff Salter As I was reading this (1976) non-fiction book, I was thinking, “if this were a novel, nobody would believe it.” William Stevenson’s “A Man Called Intrepid” … Continue reading

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What Was In Store

This week’s topic: “If I opened my own store, what would it be?” Well, I am one who actually had her own store. It was a bakery/restaurant in a neighboring town, and I had a ball. When the man I … Continue reading

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Guest:Author Sheena Austen

Today I’d like to introduce you to a young, up and coming romance author, Sheena Austin. Sheena’s first book, “Returning to Mr. Darcy”, was published by Kingston this past July.   She and I have a few things in common. … Continue reading

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Get Lost:LibriVox/Project Gutenberg/Internet Archives

LibriVox is an organization dedicated to finding literary works which have fallen into public domain and making readings of them to share with the world. Volunteers do the recording. Works in the public domain are those whose copyrights (in U.S. … Continue reading

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