Tag Archives: Charles Dickens

May I Quote You On That?

Good Sunday, everyone! I apologize for my absence over the last few weeks. My siblings and I have been directing all our energy and love to my mother, who broke her leg last month. I recently read Susan Branch’s delightful … Continue reading

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Famous Writers At Work

I have been interested in the writing habits of authors since studying the works of William Faulkner in college. In that class I learned that Faulkner wrote the outline for his book, The Fable, on his study’s walls in Rowan Oak, his … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings

Season’s Greetings! Before I get to my Christmas post, I have an update on Murder, by George. I received word from Five Star a week ago that they are rescheduling the release of their upcoming titles. The release date for … Continue reading

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Fathers – Real and Literary

A Happy Father’s Day to all dads! Today I’m thinking of my dad, Bob, who passed sixteen years ago. He was a good husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He was not a boring accountant. Dad was a fun … Continue reading

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