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Family Togetherness

This week we were asked if there are certain characteristics that pop up in our books. Since I write in a few different genres this was a little hard to think of. Is there something in all of them that … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Deb Marlowe

I have been a FB Friend of Deb Marlowe’s for some time. She and I have a number of mutual writer friends and we are both big iced tea lovers. I enjoy her posts, her humor, she can write and … Continue reading

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Guest Hound, Ron Barthet

Welcome to a Face from the Past By Jeff Salter Today’s Guest Hound graduated with me from Covington [LA] High School in 1968, but it’s entirely possible he hardly even knew me. You see, my sophomore year was in Mt. … Continue reading

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Review: No Angels for Christmas

BLURB: No Angels for Christmas . . . a cozy romantic mystery with suspense from The Mystery Angel Romances series. An angel hidden in every book waiting for you to figure who . . . Child psychologist Rachel Kelly isn’t … Continue reading

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My Christmas Goose is Almost Cooked a review

Since it is July and there is a giant inflatable Santa at the north end of town I decided to read one of the several Christmas books I had not been able to get to this past Christmas season. After … Continue reading

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Daydreams, or THOUGHTS?

This Week: Daydreaming: Any specifics you have put into a story? My first inclination was to think, they MUST, because I do daydream. I am very good at multitasking and daydreaming is easy to do while I am doing other … Continue reading

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Daydream Believer

Let’s Talk About Daydreams By Jeff Salter First things first — Happy Independence Day to all of us living in America. Secondly: I’d be willing to swear on a stack of Mad Magazines that this is NOT my suggested topic. … Continue reading

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