Love silent movies? Love food? Then here’s a challenge for you. Fritzi over at the Movies, Silently blog is running a sandwich contest. Create a sandwich inspired by your favorite
Hey everybody– Just letting you know that I’ve marked the e-book of The Forgotten Flapper down to 99 cents at Amazon for a limited time! So what are you waiting
A few weeks ago, my company decided to lay an entire unit off at my job, including me. But I’ve had to stay this long to aid in the transition.
I’m so very excited to announce that The Forgotten Flapper releases today! Yesterday, a lovely review was posted in the Rat Creek Press, a great little neighborhood paper here in
Enter my giveaway! Win a cool Forgotten Flapper mug!Enter my giveaway! Win a cool Forgotten Flapper mug!
You say you’re obsessed with the bean? You’re nothing without your caffeine? (But want to express yourself as a lean, mean literary machine?) Your dilemma is solved! Here is a
Aah, 1947. A year of returning servicemen, major advances in television, the invention of the microwave, Kon-Tiki, the proposal of the Marshall Plan, and Jackie Robinson joining the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Forgotten Flapper Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tour…The Forgotten Flapper Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tour…
Hi all– So excited to announce my first blog tour and book blast for The Forgotten Flapper, brought to you by those awesome folks at Historical Fiction Virtual Blog Tours.
Why the stage’s most recognized Sadie Thompson didn’t appear in the film (Classic Movie History Blogathon) In 1922, a play opened in Philadelphia that underwhelmed the population so much that
Clara Bow Getting Ready for Dinner “with the boss” scene from It – And…Scene! BlogathonClara Bow Getting Ready for Dinner “with the boss” scene from It – And…Scene! Blogathon
In 1926, Clara Bow was already becoming a solid commodity in motion pictures. The irrepressible redhead had showed her range in a few dramas early on, but after her roles