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A Grinding Halt

The lights are dimmed, silence in the house except for my music coming from the laptop (right now its Celtic Woman, my favorite group and the music fits what I’m writing), a cat snuggled on my lap, another perched near … 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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Account of a Famous WW2 Battle

Written by a Correspondent Who Was There By Jeff Salter Having a life-long interest in military history – and especially about World War Two – I’ve read countless books and many hundreds of articles. Though I cannot adequately explain specifically … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arcadia’s Children 2: Fyfield Plantation

Several weeks ago, Andrew Williams asked me to review his new scifi/fantasy Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation. The book is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children: Samantha’s Revenge. If you read book 1 you’ll find many familiar faces in book 2, … Continue reading

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Bound to be Snow

We are talking about being snowed-in this week. It only happened a few times to me, mostly because I grew up in suburbia. I am always ready for any reason that would prevent me from getting out to buy supplies. … Continue reading

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Have I Ever Been Snowed-In?

Well, I Guess I Have By Jeff Salter Before I begin, let me establish that I’d had no prior experience with a septic system. Now, you’ll need to read to rest of my blog to learn what that has to … Continue reading

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Snowed In

I imagine that the term ‘snowed in’ means different things to different people, depending on where you live. I live in South Carolina, which means that we don’t often get snow. But when we do everyone loses their mind. We … Continue reading

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