Discussion of using the 'fictionalize' concept in writing of family saga, historical fiction stories. The discussion is related to the body of work of the author with examples to illustrate.
Levi and Otis participated in community events as they worked their trade as farriers. The visited the Sales Office on their first anniversary. Levi worked hard for the new Chamber of Commerce.
Beginning with August 1877, "Life in Oak Springs" is a new series of stories as part of "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories. We feature Russell Nixon, a new writer.
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.
The Kings and the Campbells enjoyed a New Years Day together to open 1882 with all it's hope and promise for new activities and new beginnings. Both Keith and Vic looked forward to college days ahead.
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.
Today we meet Jennifer Bevins, a central figure in "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories. We discuss what role or roles she is likely to play in the "3 Threats" novel.
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.
This episode wraps up "The Kings of Oak Springs" series of 60 short stories in "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories. They start with the founding stories...
Clyde Orchard and Harvey Williams were in business together to harvest and store ice for Oak Springs residents for a first year. Clyde sold the iceboxes in his store. Harvey's Ice Wagon delivered.