Tag: Historical Fiction

11 Facts about Black Sunday

If you read A Cup of Dust you know that the story ended on Palm Sunday, 1935. All seems well. Sunny, bright, blue sky, the dust is over. If, however, you know the history of the Dust Bowl, you are aware that the day didn’t…

Open your eyes. You’re home.

When I was a kid we went on several road trips. Most of them took us to Ludington where we visited family, ran up and over sand dunes, and let the waves of Lake Michigan push us here and there and everywhere. The drive…

Thoughts on Maggie Bright, The Shrew, and Prayer.

 I am happy to read any book by Tracy Groot. Yeah, she’s an award winning author. And yeah, she’s somebody I’m glad to call my friend (name drop!). But on top of that, she’s a darn good writer who writes well (without preaching) about…

History With Grit

I love history. So many threads of story weave into a large tapestry of our past. That piece of art is what makes us who we are, whether we like it or not. It’s what connects us to larger events, distant family, and informs…

History, Romance, and SPIES! A Guest Post With Roseanna M. White!

Friends, I want to introduce you to Roseanna M. White. She is one talented lady. Publisher, Writer, Editor, Home Schooling Mama, Friend, Blogger…She does everything. Enjoy this guest post! Yes, okay, I’m one of those. The people who just love stories of intrigue. I’ve…

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