How many hours do you spend on research? Debut author Cynthia Roemer tells you how many hours she did!
My grandpa and his brother grew up in Illinois during the Depression. They experienced and knew hardship but they also knew how to have fun and work hard. Once, they rode their bikes from Pontiac to Springfield to work for a lady who lived on a hill. Later, when they grew up, Grandpa served in … Continue reading Vintage Lane: 1940
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March is here already! Step into spring with these great new titles. They can be found on FictionFinder.com and anywhere books are sold. I'm excited, too, that several of my friends' books are releasing this month!! March 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. … Continue reading ACFW March 2017 Book Releases
What year was the Oreo cookie created?
In today's fast-paced society where food is easily accessible and readily available, I've often wondered what school-age students ate for lunch in the 1940s. Of course, they ate what we generally eat today (minus all the fast-food); but as I was perusing a cookbook from the 1940s, I was amused to see how precise each … Continue reading Peanut Butter and Pickles
I'm pleased to introduce my Aussie friend, Carolyn Miller, who has a debut releasing February 27 with Kregel Publications!! If you like Victorian Regency, you'll enjoy her novel, The Elusive Miss Ellison! Tell us why you wrote The Elusive Miss Ellison. I wrote ‘The Elusive Miss Ellison’ because I’ve always enjoyed reading Regency romance (thank … Continue reading Regency Author Interview: Carolyn Miller