Stephen Burroughs was a notorious counterfeiter and thief during the American Revolution, but he was also a Master Prankster. Read an excerpt from his memoirs.
I recently read an autobiography for a former counterfeiter from the American Revolution era. This man was a master prankster. I would never have the gumption to do what he did but I can certainly appreciate his creativity. In fact, you can too when you read my favorite prank excerpt in tomorrow’s Throw Back Thursday… Continue reading Writing Prompt Wednesday: Prankster
This was the first novel I have read by Angela Couch. It was an enjoyable romance and a quick read. Elizabeth is under the impression that Axel’s father stole money from her father’s business and was the source of the complete ruination of her family and future. All blame lays squarely on his shoulders.… Continue reading Terrific Book Tuesday: Mail-Order Revenge
During the Industrial Revolution in the City of Seven Hills, factories and disease crippled lives. People looked to the hills for their escape, and escape made possible by incline planes.
Are you up for a writing challenge? How about creating your own camp fire fright? Give it a shot with today’s writing prompt.
Where do I start with this novel? First let me say I bought this as a clearance audiobook to listen to on a lonely drive. Now I will be purchasing a hard copy to reread.
Jill Lynn does a fantastic job of creating characters you love and can connect with. I loved how natural and three-dimensional all the characters were, experiencing true-to-life emotions, growing as human beings, and growing in their relationship with God.