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A Name Unknown

I’ve been so excited to bring this one to you all. It has quickly earned a spot among my honorable mentions of historical fiction with its quaint setting, spunky characters and captivating plot. 477 more words

Book Reviews

Death and Taxes: We That Are Left

Review: We That Are Left, by Clare Clark
Houghton, 2015. 450 pp. $28

What a marvelous bunch these Melvilles are, minor Hampshire aristocracy who keep the new twentieth century at arm’s length. 819 more words

Reviews And Columns

A Name Unknown (Roseanna M. White) - Review + Giveaway!

~ About the Book ~

Rosemary Gresham has no family beyond the band of former urchins that helped her survive as a girl in the mean streets of London. 1,369 more words

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Death and the Maiden

Lavada May Dermott, seen above laid out in her parents’ home, surrounded by funeral flowers, was born 9 May, 1888, in Goshen, Belmont County, Ohio, to Charles Evans Dermott (1849-1907) and his wife, Sarah Jane Stewart (1853-1936). 501 more words

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Inspiration: Straw Hats, White Lace and Promises

The is my “aesthetic” at the moment, and the inspiration for the title comes from the verse of the song “We’ve only just begun” by The Carpenters: 26 more words

My Inspiration

Buntings for a Bon Vivant King

In 1910, Dr. William L. Bates of Sioux City, Iowa, took the boat The Florida on a meandering holiday. One of his stops was Windsor, Ontario, Canada. 981 more words

Mourning