A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable is a historical fiction novel set in Paris, told by an auction furniture specialist who finds the journals of an 1890's's courtesan in her abandoned apartment.
With gorgeous Scottish landscape descriptions, this is a story about forbidden love, poignant art, and the connection between all those who live and work on the island with the mansion between tides.
This article focuses on Christopher Ogden as a character in "The Homeplace Saga" series of stories and specifically his upcoming role in the "3 Threats" novel. Background is provided for consideration
A historical short story. The story of a boy's journey into manhood. Most of the illustrations have been drawn and painted and photographed by the author.
This begins the story of Daniel McDonald, his wife, Jane Truesdale, and their son, William McDonald - the roots of "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories.
It was a very special Independence Celebration in 1877. Roads and bridges got the attention of many of the western valley farmers that summer. Karl King was actively involved in the planning process.
Karl received a mysterious wooden crate from his brother. Ace Donagan died this week. Karla had her birthday while Karla and Kent worked in the orchard. Kate learned more about her gardening skills.
William got his much desired mare, carrying colt, for his birthday in 1887 from his parents. She became the start of his Morgan horse herd. Charlotte had a pleasant year-end surprise, as well.
The first of a new series of stories in "The Homeplace Saga" series that takes you in more details into family life of the residents of Oak Springs c. 1880. These stories complement the chronology.
In the Oedipus trilogy (Oedipus the Rex) several of Roche’s contentions about fate, humility, and dependency are utterly revealed. Fate speaks loudly for every character in The Oedipus Plays of Sophocles trilogy (Oedipus the Rex) Paul Roche