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jodi-bowersox's picture
Mar.05.2014
When Mari Baker moves in next door, Benjamin Rhodes knows she's the girl for him. Who cares if she's ten years older than he is. She's perfect. When Mari Baker moves in next door, Eli Rhodes is captivated by her fiery spirit and brunette curls. Sure, she's nothing like the singles bar hook-ups...
jodi-bowersox's picture
Aug.25.2013
My latest novel, Cinnamon Girl Explains It All, has hit the retail world! Here's a brief synopsis: Four years after the tragic loss of her family, newspaper reporter C.G. Harrellson is still a splintered soul. Blaming herself, she denies herself any opinions save the syndicated opinion column she...
suellen-ocean's picture
Jun.10.2013
The Portuguese and Spanish nouns are mulato (masculine) and mulata (feminine). These nouns are used to describe a person of mixed African and Caucasian ancestry. According to a very old dictionary, the noun is used for the first generation, "offspring of a pure negro and a white". It seems an old-...
suellen-ocean's picture
May.30.2013
Yes, President Lincoln had suggestions for building colonies outside the United States for freed slaves. President Lincoln originally wanted the emancipation of slaves to be gradual. He wanted to offer southern farmers financial incentives in exchange for freeing their slaves and had plans in mind...
suellen-ocean's picture
May.24.2013
The historical events that led to the Civil War are not simple nor interpreted the same by historians and conspiracies abound. In the United States, during the 1800's, the economy of the North differed vastly from that of the South. The South had many large agricultural plantations that prospered...
suellen-ocean's picture
May.23.2013
During the 1800's, the United States spread across North America creating new territories. The South's economy was based on plantations. A great many of those plantations used slaves to do the labor. The South wanted any future and newly acquired territories to accept slavery. In Congress and the...
suellen-ocean's picture
May.15.2013
There are many who reminisce fondly of the days of plantations. Today, the large plantation homes are tourist destinations. The skill that went into building them fascinates all who visit. Unfortunately, most of these grand homes were built by slaves during the 1700s and 1800s. Antebellum means "...
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Feb.20.2013
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r-barri-flowers's picture
Oct.22.2012
In the time honored tradition of such beloved novels as Bridges of Madison County, The Notebook, The Lost Valentine, Summer Harbor, and Class Reunion, as well as the new hit movie with Meryl Streep, Hope Springs, comes FOREVER SWEETHEARTS, a nostalgic, poignant tale of college sweethearts, young...
stephen-evans's picture
Feb.14.2012
There is a wonderful exchange in The Pirates of Penzance between The Pirate King and The Major-General in which they get confused over the words 'orphan' and 'often'. I often (not orphan) think of this scene when I tell someone that "my new ebook THE MARRIAGE GIFT is a romance" and then they...