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Interview with Author Rhoda D'Ettore

I have rarely encountered a book that was so intense that it was literally stressful to read but that was the case with Rhoda’s “Newborn Nazi” (posting of review to follow). 1,558 more words


Childhood Memories

I publish here a copy of something I had published already in May 2013. I did get some very interesting comments to this post at the time. 2,742 more words


A Two Reader Book Review For Novelist, Carl Baker, & Co-Author Marc Heberden, of '14 Days In July', A Fantastic Historical Read Worth Your Time.

*14 Days In July ~ Review by: Author, Catherine Lyon & Reader Brittany Eshleman*
Publisher: Camerado Press; First edition (April 7, 2014) ~ ISBN-13: 978-0615955872…
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Book of the Week - Fallen Beauty

Hello gentle reader,

this week I’ve been reading FALLEN BEAUTY by Erika Robuck (published in March 2014 by NAL Trade). It’s a Historical novel set in 1920’s New York. 218 more words

EM Castellan

Kritsa Gorge the (relatively) easy way

A bright blue sky October day was just right for our planned walk through the lower part of Kritsa Gorge.  You are welcome to print out the information here to aid your own walk or, if you would prefer a personal guide, email me on kritsayvonne@talktalk.net and I’ll put you in touch with a local expert. 603 more words



Breaking Liberator’s Shackles, an inspirational historical novel is scheduled for release during the week of October 13, 2014.  The novel, in hard copy and Kindle will be available through Amazon and other outlets.  114 more words

Historic Novel

Why history

I wanted to tell a story in novel form. One evening years ago, as I wrestled with how to turn my favourite archaeological mystery into fiction, I remember, my husband and I were standing at a white porcelain kitchen sink. 826 more words