Month: December 2020

The Best Christmas Present

Okay, two “I-knows” coming at you. First, I know I said I’d be gone for a couple of weeks, but since Slim Randles is here to entertain readers, it’s almost like I’m not here. Right? Second, I know it’s after Christmas Day, so this story’s a little dated, but it’s priceless. Reminds me of when …

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Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas to all my readers who celebrate the Christian holiday. And Happy Holidays to those who celebrate the Winter Soltice, Chanukah, Kwanza, and the other winter holidays. No matter which one we are connected to, we are all connected on another level in this time of peace and good cheer. I hope your holiday …

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River, Sing Out Book Blitz #lonestarlit

RIVER, SING OUT  BY JAMES WADE Categories: Contemporary / Literary Fiction Rural Fiction / Crime Fiction / Coming-of-Age Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Date of Publication: June 8, 2021 Number of Pages: 315 pages   “And through these ages untold, the river did act as the lifeblood of all those things alongside it.” Jonah Hargrove is celebrating …

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Monday Morning Musings

First, something cute. Just because, well, we need something cute right now, and cute is better than the rant I was tentatively going to start with. The meme and the following devotional came from a good friend who sends me prayers and devotionals daily. I don’t often share them here on the blog, as I …

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Book Blog Tour – Once Upon A Mail Order Bride by Lindy Broday

ONCE UPON A MAIL ORDER BRIDE Outlaw Mail Order Brides, #4 by Linda Broday Categories: Western / Historical Romance Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Date of Publication: November 24, 2020 Number of Pages: 352 pages Scroll down for Giveaway! Accused of crimes he didn’t commit, ex-preacher Ridge Steele is forced to give up everything he knew and …

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Today, we pause a moment to remember what happened one December day when early in the morning Japanese war planes made a stealth attack on Pearl Harbor.   We mourn those who lost their lives that day, as well as the thousands others who died in battles that raged for four years after the attack, until …

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