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A Visit to Annapolis and an Excerpt from 'Sea Panther' by Dawn Marie Hamilton

Today is the last day of summer and tomorrow the first day of autumn. I love this time of year with its cooler temperatures. Recently, I spent a few days in Annapolis, MD. 1,111 more words

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Are you working on LABOR DAY?

The Labor Day holiday has different meanings to different folks. In many towns in the United States, children are already back to school. Many workers have the Monday holiday off from work, and many are also ‘paid’ holiday pay. 162 more words

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August is Heating Up!

A fairy  and a Scottish dragon juggle passion amid a waterfall’s crystal-clear fairy pool.  Could a little bit of fairy dust be the answer?

Is there anything hotter than a disgruntled dragon? 296 more words

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Audiobook Announcement!

I have some exciting news… The Accidental Scoundrel is being turned into an audiobook!

I will go into this in more detail in a later blog post, this is just a quicky to share my excitement. 105 more words

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Gross Food Challenge

I have a YouTube channel. Well, my daughter (Kassidy) and I have a YouTube channel.

For the past two years we’ve been writing a kids book together called Tommy, God of the Island of Wonder, which we finally completed a few weeks ago. 144 more words

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Summer is Here. What are you Reading?

Will you vegetate at the beach or around the pool? Or, does work go on? I am a writer and writers can work anywhere and at anytime, and I plan to keep writing even as we celebrate the July 4th US holiday, the day of our country’s independence in 1776. 180 more words

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Visiting the Crime Scene of the First Colonial Parkway Murders

The Colonial Parkway is American’s narrowest national park, a thin ribbon of road snaking through the dense woods, swamps and coastlines of the James and York Rivers, linking Jamestown to Williamsburg and Yorktown.  1,655 more words

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