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Daughter Of Hades by Mack Little

Daughter Of Hades By Mack Little Telling the Complicated History of the Caribbean Through the Eyes Of Two Sets of Siblings SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2022 HAWTHORNE PRIZE!!! Mack Little’s sophomore novel traces the fascinating and...

GUEST POST Where the Road Bends By Rachel Fordham

Where the Road Bends By Rachel Fordham Where the Road Bends is my fifth book that takes place in the 1800’s, which means I have spent a lot of time reading about bonnets,...

SNEAK PEEK: The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes By Cat Sebastian

The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes By Cat Sebastian Cat Sebastian returns to Georgian London with a stunning tale of a reluctant criminal and the thief who cannot help but love her. Marian Hayes,...

FICTIONALLY FACTUAL: TREASURE HUNTING FACTS FOR FICTION by Ann H. Gabhart

Fictionally Factual - Bringing readers the 'facts' behind the fiction. TREASURE HUNTING FACTS FOR FICTION by Ann H. Gabhart Whenever I start down a new story trail, I can see so many possibilities out...

GUEST POST: 6 Books Perfect for a Rainy Day

April is here and so are those rainy days. And there is nothing like getting cozy with a nice warm drink and a good book. Some books are just calling to be...

GUEST POST: A Day in the Life of Phyllida Bright by Colleen Cambridge

A day in my life starts not quite as early as one might think. After all, since I’m the housekeeper for the spacious Mallowan Hall in Devon, England, and I employ only...

SNEAK PEEK: KARITAS UNTITLED by Kristín Marja Baldursdóttir

KARITAS UNTITLED by Kristín Marja Baldursdóttir Growing up on a farm in early twentieth-century rural Iceland, Karitas Jónsdóttir, one of six siblings, yearns for a new life. An artist, Karitas has a powerful calling...

50 Years of Solar System Exploration: Historical Perspectives

50 Years of Solar System Exploration: Historical Perspectives (Free eBook) Edited by Linda Billings NASA’s first successful mission to another planet, Mariner 2 to Venus in 1962, marked the beginning of what NASA Chief Scientist...
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