Books, Deepest Fears, Publishing, Uncategorized, World War 2, Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Tips

When Does the Research End?

Photo by Dariusz Sankowski on Unsplash I recently got into a social media conversation with a historical fiction writer who is just starting out. He mentioned that he enjoyed research—enjoyed it so much, in fact, that he was having a hard time knowing when to stop. He asked me how I know when my research is done. My… Continue reading When Does the Research End?

Books, History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2, World War I

The Bride’s Trunk: A Story of War and Reconciliation

The simplest objects can hold a great deal of history. While decorating for Christmas this year, I couldn't help but recall the stories behind every piece I unwrapped and aired out from another year's attic storage: the colorful crocheted and hand-sewn ornaments from my grandmothers, the personalized stockings my own mom presented the kids with… Continue reading The Bride’s Trunk: A Story of War and Reconciliation

Books, Uncategorized, World War 2, Writer's Life, Writing

*NEW RELEASE SPECIAL* Review of INDIE Ebook Whom Shall I Fear? by Anne Clare #Brainfluffbookreview #WhomShallIFearbookreview — Brainfluff

Author S.J. Higbee was kind enough to review my novel on her site today! As she knows both WWII history and had a family connection to the Italian campaign, I was excited (and a little nervous) to see what she thought of it... I know Anne Clare as a book blogger and when – belatedly… Continue reading *NEW RELEASE SPECIAL* Review of INDIE Ebook Whom Shall I Fear? by Anne Clare #Brainfluffbookreview #WhomShallIFearbookreview — Brainfluff