Monthly Archives: April 2011

Tripoli in Turmoil – Again

When I heard about Tripoli in the news I got goose bumps.  It was only a week before that I had read about Tripoli during WWII as I checked the Galleys for Innocent War revised edition. I looked at the … Continue reading

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We still Have Today

I have always been a dreamer. While growing up I would spend the hot afternoons daydreaming over music in my bedroom, or listening to my Grandmother’s war survival stories. But as I grew up the dreaming time got substituted with … Continue reading

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Frozen in Time will freeze you until the end!

Friendship vs. Greed. Man vs. Nature. Good vs. Evil…which will prevail?  In this adventure at the bottom of the world the reader will be glued to the pages of Frozen in Time by its intriguing plot, unique setting, and interesting … Continue reading

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The Everyday Housewife by Bryan Foreman Book Review – Be careful with what you day dream!

When I read the back of The Everyday Housewife: “When I thirsty – eight-year-old housewife Katharine Beaumont learns that her husband Frank has had an affair, she snaps. Leaving behind her two ungrateful teenagers and her cheating husband…headed for New … Continue reading

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