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Tag Archive for ‘historical fiction’

“Shadow and Substance: My Time with Charlie Chaplin,” by Gerry Mandel

Gerry Mandel’s debut novel “Shadow and Substance: My Time with Charlie Chaplin” melds the genres of love story, mystery, and time travel while tracing layers of creative process. Most of all, though, Mandel’s novel is an old-fashioned morality tale for this age. With an unassuming style Mandel investigates important life questions. What is the nature […]

Copper Fire by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Fisher was a contributing editor to Christian Parenting Today magazine. Her work has appeared in many prominent magazines. She has contributed to ten non-fiction books, including Chicken Soup for the Soul: Children with Special Needs. Wife-mother-author Fisher lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and raises puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind. The best […]

Barry D. Yelton, “Scarecrow in Gray” author, hails from hill country of North Carolina

Barry D. Yelton, author of Scarecrow in Gray, (September 2006, Universe) based roughly on the Civil War experiences of his great-grandfather is currently at work on the sequel. Barry says: As to my work, I am a bit of a poet, a bit of a novelist, and a whole lot of Southern. I come from […]