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katherine-holmes's picture
Apr.16.2014
*The Swan Bonnet in Kindle will be on sale for .99 at Amazon.com April 18-25* We tend to absorb the history of our environment   As it was for many, Alaska was romantic to me as a frontier, romantic while living in the city.  Of a sudden someone would leave Minneapolis for...
susan-keefe's picture
Oct.11.2013
    Stress is a big worry these days but not if you are an Alpaca!   A delightful book, the Alpaca Relaxation Guide is a playful look into how Alpaca’s relax and how, by studying them you can gain inner peace.   This is a light-hearted guide and a wonderful introduction into...
christopher-meeks's picture
May.29.2013
From photographs, I’ve seen the immense beauty of Alaska’s Glacier Bay, where mountain walls of ice meet water. From this comes the image I have of giving and being interviewed. There’s something both amazing and dangerous about a good interview. It’s hard to explain. I happen to be on a blog tour...
sarah-byrd's picture
Dec.05.2012
“You may think you’ve come to a road block, but God knows what’s in the other direction.”   I have had the privilege to travel to some very beautiful spots in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. From the white sandy shores and clear blue waters of Kauai, to cruising the waters of Alaska...
joshua-keidan's picture
Nov.24.2012
If you are anything like me your knowledge of Alaska is limited to two simple facts. It is cold there It is located left of Hawaii and either in the middle of the Pacific Ocean or near Mexico.   You find out considerably more is true in this Edgar winning mystery by Dana Stabenow. The story...
barry-eva's picture
May.12.2012
C.Y Bourgeois (Carla) has always been an avid reader, but it was not until the death of her father that she decided to put pen to paper, or rather fingers to keyboard to produce a book. Originally she was going to write something dedicated to her father, but struggling with exactly what to...
lou-allin's picture
Apr.11.2012
 From my home on Vancouver Island in Canada’s Caribbean to Alaska’s Emerald Isle. Islands of salmon, bears, warming currents, and independent spirits. As a participant in the Bouchercon Authors in the Schools program, I learned during the orientation to stock up on fresh produce for gifts. Two...
eric-p-nichols's picture
Mar.26.2012
For those who care, I've been remiss in my bloggification because I've been in a state of sequestration attempting to finish Radio Science for the Radio Amateur before my publisher's  deadline.  However, since I've created TWO entirely new words, at no cost whatsoever to the Red Room...
holly-weiss's picture
Jan.28.2012
The Snow Child, debut novel by Eowyn Ivey, transports us to 1920s Alaska. An older couple seeks a new life homesteading in the wilderness. When a magical child appears, their lives are transformed.   Does anyone really belong to you? If you think of children or spouses in this regard, The Snow...
cheryl-norman's picture
Nov.23.2011
We were driving to Skagway, Alaska, through the Yukon when we passed a lake. I gasped at the perfect view. Clear, blue skies and mountain peaks reflected perfectly into the still waters. A dozen other motorists stopped in awe of the view and took photographs. I've never been more pleased by a...