You are caught up in a kingdom in flux, the year is 1066. With your kinsman King Harold slain in battle, the Norman duke William is crowned, his henchmen given 'carte blanche' in the kingdom. Read on.
Come aboard for a review of Michael Crichton's historical fiction novel, Pirate Latitudes.
We follow the residents of Duncan Boarding House in Oak Springs after their evening meal. Bailey walks down the street and talks to friends. The men talk in the parlor. The women talk in the kitchen.
Life changes continued for the residents of Oak Springs and the Oak Creek valley during the 4th Quarter of 1877. Building construction was picking up and plans were finalized for the high school.
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.
The new decade began with reflections of the past and hope for the future. Joseph and his family recognized his 2nd birthday. Would the community be getting electricity in the near future?
Here I respond to a Comment by Bill Holland aka billybuc on The Homeplace Saga blog. I outline my process for keeping track of the many characters and businesses in my novels and 100 plus hubs.
Peter Bevins, with his demons and troubled past, is introduced as one of the 6 "alternating persons" through whom we will see "3 Threats" in the next novel of this series of historical fiction stories
Levi watched his extended family grow, as change was going on around the entire country. Alex McDonald become Editor of the Oak Springs Enterprise. The economy was moving in the right direction.
We catch up on some of the new infants in the community. Land changes hands over time as a few new folks arrive. New businesses join the list of community merchants. Billiards, anyone?