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Traveling Tuesday Post WWI Germany Linda Shenton Matchett Blog

Traveling Tuesday Post WWI Germany Linda Shenton Matchett Blog


The combination of these requirements caused unrest and opposition. Violence erupted on the streets. When Germany defaulted on delivering coal and steel, ...

Blog Tour: A Song Unheard

Pre-order your copy of A Doctor in the House today. Posted by Linda Matchett ...

Traveling Tuesday: A Dichotomy in Enland

I am so pleased to announce that Love's Harvest, my fictionalization of the book of Ruth, has officially been released on Amazon. Currently available as an ...

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A prostitute, a spy, and the liberation of Paris.

Grace Summer lands herself in a melon load of trouble when she becomes torn between the boy of her dreams and the boy almost next door.

Blog Tour: A Name Unknown

Wartime Wednesday: Germans and the Easter Rising

New Mexico was home to nearly sixty military installations from Airbases and Gunnery Ranges to Army Hospitals and Camps. The most prominent airbase was ...

Wartime Wednesday: The Tripartite Pact

Blog Tour: Together Forever

Traveling Tuesday: New Mexico and WWII

Talkshow Thursday: Meet April Smith

Postmaster General Frank C. Walker created the postal code system to alleviate the issue. A lawyer by training, Walker opened a practice with this brother ...

Talkshow Thursday: Sit down with Sharon Rene

... Story Sparks Multi-author Blog Tour. May 21-26, 2018 readers get a chance to enter and win ebooks from six different authors. Linda Shenton Matchett is ...

The Grand Prize

LM: Where do you get your ideas for stories?

Talkshow Thursday: Meet Gail Kittleson

Blog Tour: 12 Days at Bleakly Manor

Wartime Wednesday: Children's War Stories

Wartime Wednesday: Better Meals in Wartime

Some authors have so many books to write, they need an alter ego to help them out. Donna Schlacter is one of those folks. She writes historical suspense as ...

Traveling Tuesday: Finland

Author Linda Shenton Matchett

Thursday, August 30, 2018

About the Author

GK: Not consciously. But as I've been interviewed and led book discussions since the release of In This Together, I've realized that Dottie is VERY MUCH ...

Talkshow Thursday: Meet Chad Pettit

About the Book

Thursday, January 10, 2019

In these days of email, electronic billing, and online bill paying, it may be difficult for some to realize that at one point in our history over ...

Talkshow Thursday: Historical Fiction Writer Elaine Manders

About the Book

Mystery Monday: German Post-War Fiction

Cheesecake, Anyone?

Blog Tour: Hope in My Heart

Blog Tour: Presumption and Partiality

Blog Tour: The Wedding Shop

Blog Tour: Finding Love

Wartime Wednesday: The Battle of Verdun

Forensic Friday: The Charlie Stielow Firearms Case

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Talkshow Thursday: Meet Debut Author Jeanne Dickson

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Guest Post: Fairy Tale Proposals

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Talkshow Thursday: Meet Mary Ann Diorio

The family in the letters would be the perfect subject around which to craft a story. Research revealed life in Nazi Germany as increasingly grim before the ...

Hilda Van Stockum was a Dutch native who lives for many years in the U.S. She published several children's series about the war, some of which were based on ...

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Prime Minister Ramsey MacDonald

Blog Tour: Crazy About Alaska

Blog Tour: Summer on Sunset Ridge

A Flute in the Willows

Love Found in Sherwood Forest: The Love Inspired line was open for submissions. They provided myriad locations and trios of objects from which authors could ...

Talkshow Thursday: Laura Hilton

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

According to a timeline by retired law enforcement officer Jim Fisher, 1916 was the first time a corpse was identified by facial reconstruction on a skull.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

The thirty-three foot diameter, hydrogen balloons were made of lightweight paper fashioned from tree bark and designed to ride the Pacific jet stream from ...

Wartime Wednesday: Leprosy and WWII

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Talkshow Thursday: Meet Author Mary Ball

Talkshow Thursday: Sitting down with Angela Breidenbach

Fort Missoula: Built in 1877 by the US Army to protect settlers in Western Montana from possible threats from Native Americans, the fort was remodeled ...

Blog Tour: A Lady Unrivaled

History is one of my favorite places to look for inspiration, and I always hit the books when I come to writer's block, even during a story.

Blog Tour: Aboard Providence

About the Author

WW1: British poster calling upon the population not to waste food. Unlike Germany, which suffered keenly from a British naval blockade, the British Isles ...

About the Book

To ...

A view of the mountains from Lake Winnipesaukee

Celebrate Lit Blog Tour: Bitter Eyes No More

Sharon: Don't give up. Many times I want to stop but God always spurs me on. Everything you write has value even if it just helps you improve your craft.

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His plan made sense but was ambitious. His ultimate failure was that he underestimated the French, assuming they'd be an easy target.

Linda Shenton Matchett: Traveling Tuesday: Pennsylvania During WWII Bethlehem Steel, Wwii, Maryland

Silent Harmony is a part of a ten-book collection called Lockets and Lace. The novella is set in 1867, just after the Civil War that took the lives of the ...

Elaine: Dreaming the story. It plays out like a movie in my mind. I'm not the type of writer who can write out of sequence, because one scene must follow ...

August is that special time of year. Stitches Thru Time is celebrating 5 years of "investigating the stitches of the past and present.

Another author who wrote for young adults was Robert Sidney Bowen, Jr. A Boston native who served in WWI as an aviator, Bowen penned the fifteen volume Dave ...

Traveling Tuesday: A Dichotomy in Enland

Traveling Tuesday: The Mariana Islands

Blog Tour: The Bachelor Missions

Because a critiquer scorned someone returning to Hitler's Germany due to homesickness, I gave them a more compelling reason when ...

Mystery Monday: Ada E. Lingo

Monday, January 23, 2017

Usually though, the best ideas come from a combination of the above. With Solve by Christmas, the recent winner of the Christian Indie Award, ...

Blog Tour: Solve by Christmas

Their goal was to make Germany great again, a power to be reckoned with. During the mid-1920s there were myriad political parties, and the Nazis were one of ...