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“…December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy…” FDR In remembrance of the day, I’m presenting additional facts on Wednesday at the West Seattle Senior Center. Come and join me!

A BOOK INSPIRED THE JAPANESE WAR PLAN Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto conceived the Pearl Harbor attack, and Captain Minoru Genda planned it. Two things inspired Yamamoto’s Pearl Harbor idea: a prophetic book and a historic attack. The Great Pacific War was … Continue reading

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Honoring Veterans with Lovely Digits’ John Brodie

By Jeanine Englert In Lovely Digits, Constable John Brodie is a man somewhat broken by his past as a soldier and by the secrets of his family. As a former sailor, he has nightmares of former battles and blames himself … Continue reading

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Compassionate Care in Lviv, Ukraine

The news is filled with photos and stories of the devastation in Ukraine and the resilience of the Ukrainian people. This post shines a spotlight on the humanity. The man pictured, Eugeniy, is the nephew of a friend. His aunt, … Continue reading

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Using Core Wounds in Your Stories

By Jeanine Englert In February I did a talk at my local writing chapter. My focus was on how to improve the first line, page, and chapter of your book. In it I discussed one of my favorite ways of … Continue reading

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Taxing Courtship is on SALE

I can’t believe it has almost been four years since I first made my writing debut with Taxing Courtship, a fantasy romance about a lady thief who pulls a virtuous tax-collector into her dangerous double life. Since Taxing Courtship is … Continue reading

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Unexpected Hero

Two or three books ago I introduced a secondary character. He wasn’t the hero. He was the competent, mild mannered younger brother who followed up on the heroism of others to clean up the mess left behind in the wake … Continue reading

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My Favorite Men of Mystery

By Jeanine Englert Brooding romantic hero? Check. One that can also solve murders, too. Yes, please. I love a good man of mystery, so I have decided to devote a blog to my current favorite detectives, constables, and inspectors. The … Continue reading

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Editng, Edioting, Editing, by Char Chaffin

Hi Everyone! I’m on the road with Mr. Don (the most romantic man in the world), traveling to our winter home in South Texas. And as usual I’m not only dealing with spotty internet but also the Mother of all … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Fear

Letting Go of Fear   Figure 1: Flying down from 5,600 feet.            Figure 2: On solid ground. Imagine this: you’re engrossed in a fabulous book, consumed with the characters and the plot. You have to keep reading to find out what … Continue reading

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Suzanne’s in the House! Please Welcome Suzanne Pearson to the Blogathon!

Today I’ve got Suzanne Pearson at the Blogathon! Suzanne, welcome! Tell us all about you! What would you most like your readers to know? My greatest accomplishment in life is really my two girls. One works for Word Made Flesh … Continue reading

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