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Book Preview - The Witchfinder's Sister by Beth Underdown

One of my favorite classes in college was a history course where our focus was on witches. We examined various outbreaks of witch scares in Europe and the American colonies, compared how they unfolded and the methods for dealing with the accused, we looked at who the accused tended to be and why they might have been accused (spoiler alert: mostly widows and single women who were in more independent positions than the men in their communities were comfortable with them having). 465 more words

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Gides Ghost Gibes Claudel

Nobel Laureate André Gide died on this date in 1951. Several days letter, a telegram bearing his signature appeared on a bulletin board at the Sorbonne. 24 more words


Punches for Patricia

On this date in 1976, Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa punches Columbian author Gabriel García Márquez in the face following a dispute over Llosa’s wife Patricia. 7 more words


Taking Time...

Talking to a Japanese friend in January, she spoke about taking time and not rushing things. I do tend to rush and what she said made sense and also came as a relief. 122 more words


Kirkus Reviews of The Girl Who L


Megan’s Story

Paul Dale Anderson

2AM Publications (306 pp.)

$14.95 paperback, $3.95 e-book

ISBN: 978-0-937491-19-5; January 5, 2017


After spending years in a mental institution, a woman has revenge on her mind in Anderson’s ( 372 more words

Day 7 of #authorlifemonth - Cover Inspiration

The cover for my upcoming novel A COURSE FOR HUMANITY is better understood when reading it, but for the design I was inspired by this sculpture in Washington DC.  25 more words