Category Archives: Reading Adventures

Reconstructing Your Bookshelf

In 2017, a blog reader sent me a book recommendation. He was so anxious for me to read this book that he even offered to send me his copy of the book by mail. I appreciated the offer but was … Continue reading

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Women and 19th Century Literature

If a person knows how to write, they will write something. A shopping list, letter, journal, recipe, book, novel, thesis paper. Through the centuries, women had written, but they didn’t always receive much attention or much help from publishers. In … Continue reading

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CyberMonday Sale Extended! (Historical Fiction On Sale)

In case you missed it in Gazette665’s newsletter or on our social media, we wanted to let you know that we’re having a CyberMonday sale… And we’ve extended the discounts through November 30th! All our historical fiction books are on … Continue reading

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Announcing A New Book: Lighthouse Loyalty

Gazette665 is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a new historical novel by Sarah Kay Bierle. Lighthouse Loyalty Nine-year-old Susan Rose Arnold isn’t sure if she will like living at a new lighthouse location along the Long Island Sound. … Continue reading

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With Gladness: The Dust Bowl

One of the best things about writing is finding the right setting for a story. In my opinion, the more challenge in the historical setting, the better emphasis on character change and struggle. An especially difficult and challenging time in … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Kid’s Books: The Pilgrims at Plymouth

Yeah, I know – it’s the day after Thanksgiving. Which means you’re probably anxious to get to a sale (or maybe you’re standing in a line and reading this) or you’re getting ready to retrieve your holiday decorations from the … Continue reading

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