“The injection of a mystery, complex relationships buffeted by the winds of war and change, and a series of choices that cement the worlds of future generations are all wonderfully written, presented in a manner that will attract both historical fiction and general-interest readers… Continue Reading “Midwest Book Review”
Discover untold stories of those who loved Josef Samson beyond both World War I and World War II in the Other Mrs. Samson. http://kameomonson.com/the-other-mrs-samson-a-book-review/
Recently I was asked “What genre are my books and what drew me to that genre?” I think readers who will enjoy my latest book will be those who enjoy twentieth century historical fiction, 1850’s through World War II. The Other Mrs. Samson is certainly not… Continue Reading “What Genre Are Your Books?”
Spent a wonderful afternoon with the Woodard’s Mill’s Book Club in Chesapeake, VA yesterday discussing A Smile in One Eye: A Tear in the Other. Thank you Kay Stone for opening your home It was an amazing group – lots of exchanges, opinions, experiences to… Continue Reading “Woodard’s Mill’s Book Club”
Interesting afternoon at North Carolina’s Camden County Library discussing A Smile in One Eye: A Tear in the Other! Thank you to both the Camden Book Lovers and the Wine, Women and Books book clubs for organizing – and to the library staff for… Continue Reading “Great Time at the Camden County Library!”
A special thanks to the OBX Literary Circle Book Club for selecting One More Moon as your book this month. Really enjoyed the thoughtful discussion! Never enough time!
WOW – another book trip! We left Kitty Hawk Monday morning making stops in Alexandria, DC, Leesburg, and Richmond before finishing this morning in Hertford, NC with about 60 members of the Albemarle Plantation Women’s Association. Back to the OBX by 3pm today Wednesday.… Continue Reading “Have Book Club? Will Travel”
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