A Stone in the Sea by A.L. Jackson My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book really has an intense plot. There are so many half truths and deflections it is a wonder that Baz and Shea can even look at each other. They not only look at each other, they ignite each other. From … Continue reading Book Review: A Stone in the Sea by A.L. Jackson
Regency Romance: The Viscount’s Blazing Love by Charlotte Stone Print Length: 212 pages Publisher: ShermanBrooks Publishers; 1 edition (November 26, 2016) Publication Date: November 26, 2016 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame by Charlotte Stone Print Length: 208 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: ShermanBrooks Publishers; 1 edition (August 29, 2016) Publication Date: August 29, 2016 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01L8ZOHIQ My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ My Review: This was a sweet story with the kind … Continue reading Book Review: New Release: The Earl’s Unforgettable Flame, by Charlotte Stone
The love of writing goes way back in my family. Come meet my Great Great Uncle, George Washington Sears. He is also known as Nessmuk. He lived in the 1800’s and shared his adventures in book form and in monthly articles for the magazine Forest and Stream. That magazine is still around today under the … Continue reading Nessmuk, George Washington Sears, Writer, Instructor, and Outdoorsman
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I would love to find the family of any of the victims that were black to share the stories have made it down their family line. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would love to share your ancestor’s story. You can also leave me a comment and I will respond and share the family oral history. I am also on this 95th anniversary paying homage to the almost 60 black miners that did not make it out alive on November 22, 1922.
Excerpt from Neespaugot by John Mugglebee Della gave the two boys another looking-over. One broad and muscular, the other short and wiry. One Slavic, the other Mediterranean. Brothers. Interesting. “All right, you two. You’ve come here to know something, so here’s my deal. I’ll answer your questions if you promise to leave me in … Continue reading Neespaugot by John Mugglebee
The north easterly wind rushed through the hospital’s entrance doors, as I stepped
outside. How could he, my husband of twenty five years, tell me something so devastatingly life-changing at a time when I was supposed to show my love and support? How did he expect me to keep sane? Sort out his mess while I was dying too. A slower death, with no morphine to ease my pain.
Dad with a lowercase “d” has been placed inside a bottle and put out of sight on a dusty shelf. The unimaginable and excruciating pain that’s felt after a unharmonic relationship has failed, crashed and burned