By L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction I received the letter "F" for the A-Z Blog challenge. Since my maiden name is Flory I thought about writing about that, but the Forked Road seemed better-suited to this blog. I hope you enjoy it. We have all been down the forked road, but why do some take … Continue reading Fork in The Road
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Those are NOT my monkeys! Ever get into one of these predicaments? How do you handle it? The school calls. The person calling apologizes, but the parent who was supposed to make 100 cupcakes for tomorrow is ill. Could you please take her place? What do you … Continue reading Those are NOT my monkeys!
This post written and copyrighted by Doris McCraw What is it like to live history? There are numerous 'towns' and 'ranches' that allow visitors to watch living history. Some of the more famous are Colonial Williamsburg and Plimoth Plantation. In Colorado there is Rock Ledge Ranch. There are those who … Continue reading To Live History
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Lloyd Schuyler, Rupert Adams, Hudson Doxtator, Rimton Doxtator. Do these names mean anything to you? They should. They were proud men, members of the Oneida Tribe of Native Americans whose tribal lands are situated in and around Green Bay, WI, a town that is more notable for … Continue reading Unsung Heroes
Post written and copyrighted by Doris McCraw How do you fill in the blanks when you don't have all the information? Do you make something up? Perhaps you make an educated guess. You may even spend countless hours trying to find the answer. Whichever one you choose is the correct one for your project? Let's … Continue reading Fill In the Blanks
Post written and copyright by Doris McCraw Between now and March 16, I will be speaking to two history groups on the early women doctors and two public performances as Helen (Hunt) Jackson. I will also perform with the murder mystery company and continue my writing and work hours. For those who have known me … Continue reading Passionate on Purpose
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction You can't go home again. This phrase is part of our American culture. What the author, Thomas Wolfe, meant by this statement is that home isn’t the same once you’ve changed. The book by this title was published in 1940 and is a riveting study of what … Continue reading You Can’t Go Home Again?
This Blog Post by Gayle M. IrwinIt’s President’s Day. As with all politics, people generally disagree whether a president is “good” or “bad”. However, a recent poll indicated President John F. Kennedy enjoys a 90% popularity rating, the highest of any president during the past 50 years. Sadly, he died at the hands of an … Continue reading Finish Well