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As You Learn It. (As You Dream It, Part IV)

I tried to concentrate on planning Maria’s lesson, but my mind kept replaying my fantasies of the previous night, of her moans, the wetness between her thighs, my lust. 864 more words

Interview: Carrie Fancett Pagels + GIVEAWAY

Welcome to Buzzing About Books, Carrie!  Please share a little about yourself.

Thanks for having me on your blog, Britney!  I call myself “Tired Old Mommy” because with my Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and having our second child when I was 44, I’ve earned that title!  1,106 more words


Pirate Word of the Day - Mollisher

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Mollisher: a low girl or woman; generally a female cohabiting with a man, and jointly getting their living by thieving. 36 more words

Slang From The 1700s

Book Review: The Watcher, by Joan Hiatt Harlow

The Watcher by Joan Hiatt Harlow is a historical-fiction novel describing how Wendy, an American, is forced to repudiate her former life and is obligated to become the perfect German daughter by her real mother, a passionate Nazi named Adrie. 199 more words

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A Place Called Harmony by Jodi Thomas

You’ve read about Harmony in Jodi Thomas’ previous novels, now learn the story of how it all began…

Harmon Ely wanted to build a town. After 10 years of running his trading post, he figured it was about time for some company, so he placed an ad looking for workers, promising 40 acres and a house for anyone who will stay for two years to help build the town. 789 more words



The Fortune is in the “new release” section of the latest issue of Quarterdeck. Click here to see the always-beautiful issue, published by McBooks Press. 13 more words

The Chronicles

Loving Historical Fiction

And I do. How could you not?

Whenever I hear someone say, “why would I want to read about somebody in another time?” I think, you poor, deprived soul. 753 more words