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An Interview and a Review

I’d like to direct you to a couple of other authors’ sites today!

Author Dennis L. Peterson kindly invited me over to his blog for an interview. The first part of it is live today! Here’s the link if you’d like to check it out and hear my thoughts on juggling this momming/teaching/writing life and a bit about my interest in WWII history.

Author Joy Neal Kidney kindly shared a review of my new novel, Where Shall I Flee? as well as a review of author Gail Kittleson’s new novel (More WWII fiction!) Land that I Love on her site. Here’s the link if you’d like to stop by and see what she has to say!

While you’re over checking those out, I need to go shopping. Both of my classrooms beat their NaNoWriMo goals. One of their annual prizes is a pair of fuzzy socks if they make over 5,000 words individually. (I have 9 winners!) The other big prize is a class party if their cumulative total is over 50,000 words, at which I will dress up as an animal of their choice.

They made 55,000 words, and the votes are in. I need to make a platypus costume.

Photo by Trevor McKinnon on Unsplash

Wish me luck!


Looking for some great reads? Here are new releases from the Second World War Club.

14 thoughts on “An Interview and a Review”

    1. Thank you so much!
      Oh, really? That’s interesting! Yes, it must be an automatic translator- do regular blog posts come across in German? The only German that I know is the first verse of “Silent Night!”

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      1. I checked it out, there is, on the lower right side, a selection field that lets you chose the language which apparently checks where you are and then translates the pages. I set it back to English and now it looks good. The translation is pretty good, but just a tad bit off in some sentences.

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