Who Was Joseph Pulitzer?

A Novel
By Terrence Crimmins

Who Was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins is historical fiction, yet serves as a pretty good biography of the father of contemporary journalism as well. Mr. Crimmins lays out a nice road map and timeline that covers the great man’s ascent from a tall, skinny...

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Written in Their Stars

By Elizabeth St.John

Written in Their Stars by Elizabeth St. John is the third book in a trilogy that recounts the earlier history of her own family. It begins when John Hutchinson signs the execution order for the death of Charles I. Luce and John are closely related...

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What Girls Are Good For

A Novel of Nellie Bly
By David Blixt

What Girls Are Good For is a fictional tale about the real-life journalist Elizabeth Cochran or, as she went by a pen name, Nellie Bly. In an era where women were expected to run the household and attend to duties of the gentler sex, Nellie,...

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Water Lily Dance

By Michelle Muriel

Water Lily Dance is a novel mixing contemporary and historical stories and was penned by author Michelle Muriel. Set in both 2014 and 1865, we meet women in search of a better life for themselves, all of whom are connected by the romantic art and...

We Shall See the Sky Sparkling

By Susana Aikin

Susana Aikin’s We Shall See the Sky Sparkling tells the tale of a young Edwardian girl who was disowned and removed from her family for wanting to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. Lily Throop quickly finds out how hard it is to be...

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Where Do You Go To

By Jean Cerfontaine

In Where Do You Go To by Jean Cerfontaine, the year is 1948, Marie-Claire is eight years old, lost, cold and covered in blood. She can remember nothing of the events that brought her there, apart from a strong feeling she is escaping from something....

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Wetzel

By Richard Fleming

Wetzel by Richard Fleming is a complex, yet thrilling historical novel that follows the life of a compelling character that emerged towards the end of the Revolutionary War, a hunter and a fierce fighter, Lewis Wetzel. He played an invaluable role in the war between...

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When Will Papa Get Home?

A Story of Hope
By Larada Horner-Miller

A childhood home is a place that remains deep in our memories for our entire life time. There are other things, little things, that spark a memory, like a blue marble lying in the dirt where it was once thrown away in anger, and later...

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Where Dew Drops Shine Bright

A Dramatized Family History (Tall Cotton Rising)
By Reginald C. Holmes

Where Dew Drops Shine Bright: A Dramatized Family History (Tall Cotton Rising) by Reginald C. Holmes is a fictionalized memoir of Reginald’s own family and ancestors, ranging back to three or more generations. Where Dew Drops Shine Bright begins with an introduction by Reginald of...

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Wisconsin Logging Camp, 1921

A Boy's Extraordinary First Year in America
By James Bastian

Wisconsin Logging Camp, 1921: A Boy's Extraordinary First Year in America Working as a "Chickadee" by James Bastian is an interesting tale about an 8-year-old boy, born in Poland, who immigrates with his mother to America. During the voyage, the boy's mother dies, and he...

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