In Alaska, There is Always Hope

The best kept secret on the Kenai Peninsula is Hope. Probably the most historical town in South Central, Alaska, Hope stands on the sidelines of the race along the Seward Highway for favored camping and fishing spots during the spring and summer months. Located seventeen miles off the main road, if you don’t know where […]

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The Ghosts of Gettysburg

Gettysburg nestles in long, rolling hills, surrounded by peaceful farmland, but there is nothing pastoral about the way it can make you feel. The Civil War site was the home of the largest and deadliest battle to take place on American soil in US history. The three-day battle, combined with Grant’s victory at Vicksburg, was […]

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A Review of the Supernatural Convention in Concord, North Carolina

I was sweating profusely, baking inside an Ice King costume, surrounded by walls of women all shapes and sizes with barely any room to dance. We were all on slow boil, dripping in heat, playing with balloons, and yelling out lyrics to songs we vaguely remember. This is sibling love.

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A Summer In Review

This Summer was slow. Slow in the way that summers used to be, when you were younger and life stretched out in front of you.

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And the Artists Will Inherit the Earth

From Asheville, North Carolina to Snaggy Mountain and Back to Woodruff, South Carolina – By The Late Mitchell Warren…”It’s enough to make an old cynic like Late Mitchell Warren smile in relief, that maybe, if we give love a chance, the world might look like colorful mushrooms rather than ending in a mushroom cloud.”

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My trip to Portland: A crime convention, donuts, tunnels & rain

  By: Jane Stillwater I’ve had a really good time in Portland, Oregon, this week — even though it rained almost every day.  But even the rain in Portland is charming.  I’d never been to Portland before and wouldn’t even be here now if it hadn’t been the site of a convention for murder-mystery writers […]

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