Monthly Archives: July 2007

Creative nonfiction

There still seems to be some confusion as to what creative nonfiction is. I read recently on a blog posted by Olgy Gary, that this is also being called narrative nonfiction. If you don’t simply want to read the facts, … Continue reading

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Great Review

Here’s a cool review of Fly With The Mourning Dove. Review

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Riding Herd on latest books

Blogs are supposed to be another form of promotion, and since this is my writer’s blog, I’m doing some shameless promotion. I have three books out there right now.Springdale: The Courage of Shiloh, the true story of the town of … Continue reading

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Arkansas’ own unusual wonder

Coming up: Eight Random Facts about me since I was tagged by Susan Tweit, flower garden. First, Arkansas has it’s share of oddities. This photo is Monte Ne, an underwater coliseum built by Coin Harvey and covered by Beaver Lake … Continue reading

Posted in Beaver Lake, Beyond The Moon, black bears, Boston Mountains, Coin Harvey, editor, Monte Ne, newspapers, Ozarks, Sears, Sinkler Creek | Leave a comment

An Interview with Suzanne Woods Fisher

I am so happy to have as a guest author Suzanne Woods Fisher: A contributing editor to Christian Parenting Today magazine, Suzanne has been published in numerous magazines, including Worldwide Challenge, Parent Life, Marriage Partnership, among others, and has contributed … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Christian, copper mining, Copper Star, deaf children, dogs for the blind, Nazi Germany, resistance, San Francisco, Suzanne Woods Fisher, Vintage Romance Publishing, World War II, writing | 1 Comment

Review from Reader Views June 07

Fly With The Mourning DoveVelda BrothertonPublish America (2007)ISBN 9781424159048Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner‑Jackson for Reader Views (6/07) Velda Brotherton’s “Fly With The Mourning Dove” is a true story, based on the early life of Edna Smith Hiller, who–according to the author … Continue reading

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