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How to Make Long Island Tea

Long island tea is a classic drink that you can get in almost any bar, a type of cocktail so old that nobody’s completely sure who even first created it. Despite its name, it’s not actually made using tea: in fact, it’s not even made in a similar way to tea…

5 After-School Snack Ideas for Busy Parents

As a busy parent, finding it easy to make snacks for the kids is essential. After a long day, the last thing you want to do is bake cookies. When the kids get home from school, they're usually hungry and exhausted. You need healthy snack options you can have ready for them. When they run through the door, kicking off their shoes and dropping their school bags on the…

Flowering Plants You Can Plant at Home

Are you one of those people that admires your neighbours’ gardens when they are in full bloom with envy? Do you sometimes feel like you would like to give gardening a try but feel like you do not possess the know-how to make a success of your own garden?…


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Melina Druga's Blog – June 2019 Archive (6)

A Review of Silent Warriors: As Long as a Submarine

Gene Masters is a retired Navy officer and his time on diesel-electric submarines partially inspired Silent Warriors: Submarine Warfare in the Pacific, his debut novel.


Silent Warriors was written, in addition to entertain, to recall the role that the submarine played in winning the war in the Pacific, 1941-45,” Masters says of his novel.  “After Pearl…


Added by Melina Druga on June 27, 2019 at 11:16am — No Comments

An Interview with Author Harold Titus

Harold Titus has loved history for years.  He majored in it at UCLA, and taught the subject off and on to eighth graders in Orinda, California.  His minor was English, and he taught English every year until he retired in 1991.  He credits his teaching experience for the motivation to write his first novel.


Titus also has an interest in sports, both amateur and…


Added by Melina Druga on June 25, 2019 at 10:57am — No Comments

WW1 Medical Trivia

One of the most interesting parts of researching historical fiction is the research. And it’s not just the rabbit hole of the internet – which can pull someone anywhere from the start of any question – it’s the fascinating tidbits discovered along the search, long forgotten or often overlooked


My father loves playing trivia, delighting in the “did you KNOW!?” element of…


Added by Melina Druga on June 19, 2019 at 10:58am — No Comments

A Review of The Adventures of Nancy LaPlante in the 19TH Century

The Adventures of Nancy LaPlante in the 19TH Century by Michel Poulin is different from any other book I have reviewed. Poulin is a mixed-genre author, and the majority of his novels involve time travel from the far future into the past. 


The Adventures of Nancy LaPlante in the 19TH Century, is a compilation of chapters from two of…


Added by Melina Druga on June 13, 2019 at 10:43am — No Comments

An Interview with Diane Merrill Wigginton

A California native, Merrill Wigginton and her husband sold their Sacramento-area ranch and moved to Kalispell, Montana, in 2017.  There, she enjoys hiking, participating in church, helping out the community.


She has eight grandchildren and a dog named Bella.


In addition to…


Added by Melina Druga on June 11, 2019 at 11:00am — No Comments

9 Steamy Historical Romances to Read in Private

Warning:  You’re going to want to read these nine steamy historical fiction romances in private.  They are simply too hot for public consumption.  These titles are a miniscule sampling of the novels available.


Sun God by Nan Ryan

Tonatiuh is a half Spanish, half Aztec man known to the white world as Luiz…


Added by Melina Druga on June 5, 2019 at 11:13am — No Comments

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