Month: November 2009

The Night Writers held a book signing yesterday at Maple Grove Lutheran Church, with four of us signing books.  In addition to Blue Bells of Scotland, Lyn Miller LaCoursiere was on hand with the fourth book, Sunsets, in her Lindy Lewis mysteries series, Inna Sicard with I Have Been Thinking…, a collection of very short stories and […]

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I confess, I read only books that I find in thrift stores.  There are two reasons for this, one of which I might admit to another day! and one of which I will say now: it feels a little bit like a treasure hunt.  My recent find was two novels by Jack Finney, the first of […]

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For some background information on this article, it is important to know that Bruce lived from 1274 until 1329,  200 years before Martin Luther’s 95 Theses and before Henry VIII made his split from the Catholic Church.  In other words, in his day to be Christian was to be Catholic. And Bruce himself seems to have been a […]

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The second review on my blog tour went up yesterday at  The Historical Novel Review, the Guide to Exceptional Historical Fiction.  I would like to thank Mirella Patzer for her time, and highly recommend her site to all lovers of historical fiction.  She and a team of four reviewers, Vanitha, Miranda, Anita, and Lisa, writers and […]

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