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Diana Peach’s The Ferryman and the Sea Witch–Another Spell-binding Fantasy
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Diana Peach’s The Ferryman and the Sea Witch–Another Spell-binding Fantasy

I’ve read so many of Diana’s fantasy stories that I’ve lost count (click for my reviews of Unraveling the Veil, Sunwielder, Legacy of Souls, and Soul Swallowers). They’re fast reads, not because they’re easy reads but because I can’t put them down. Diana’s ability to create believable fantasy worlds that leave me sure somewhere they … Continue reading

Join me at Live Write Thrive to talk about unusual ways to write
Guest blogs and bloggers / Laws of Nature / Man vs Nature / writing

Join me at Live Write Thrive to talk about unusual ways to write

Today, I’m visiting Susanne Lakin over at her amazing blog, Live Write Thrive. Her posts are chock full of advice on being the best at what you love doing (writing). Articles include: How Fiction Writers Can Use Sensory Detail to Set Mood The Secret to Writing Commercially Successful Novels Writing Scenes with a Purpose She … Continue reading

Robbie Cheadle and Women During the Time of Ghost and His Gold
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Robbie Cheadle and Women During the Time of Ghost and His Gold

Robbie Cheadle’s latest book, A Ghost and his Gold, takes place during the Boer Wars, two important South African conflicts that few outside the country understand. They were between the Brits fighting for the Crown and Dutch settlers (called Boers) fighting for their way of life. The First resulted in Boer victory and the eventual … Continue reading

The Beauty of Nature
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The Beauty of Nature

My trip was amazing but I’m going to let pictures speak for me. I hope you enjoy them. Hover over image for the subtitle: the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers and Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy. Her non-fiction includes over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, reviews as … Continue reading