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Carolyn Schriber
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A retired history professor now thoroughly enjoying writing historical fiction.
A retired history professor now thoroughly enjoying writing historical fiction.

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Sabbatical!
Yep. You read that right. I'm pulling down the shades on this blog for a while. Why? Well, let me tell you a little about sabbaticals and what they are intended to do.  In an ideal world (admittedly, that's fantasy!), a college professor gets to take every ...

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Here's the Trailer for "Yankee Daughters"


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I think all this election craziness has finally gotten to me.  I opened Facebook and saw this kitten picture: And it immediately reminded me of this picture on the back cover of my new book, "Yankee Daughters." Would my grandmother, my mother, and my aunts ...

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What's All This Stuff about Pre-Orders?
Let’s talk about pre-orders. If you spend any time exploring Amazon’s Book Department, you know that major publishers almost always offer their books for pre-ordering — sometimes as much as six months to a year in advance of the publication date. if you ord...

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Here come the "Yankee Daughters." I am excited to announce that my new book, the third volume of the Grenville Trilogy, will formally launch on December 7, 2016. For those of you who may have missed this "Giveaway for Launch Day" announcement, here are three ways to enter the drawing to get your copies.

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A Giveaway for Launch Day
                      A Giveaway for Launch Day One day. Two winners. Three Books On December 8, 2016, two lucky readers will be chosen in a computer-driven random drawing to receive the complete trade paper set of the Grenville Trilogy:  Damned Yankee, Yan...

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Jamey
ducked out, barely missing Nora, who came in with a pail of milk, and Millie,
carrying a small basket of eggs. “That red chicken is hiding her eggs again,”
Millie reported. “I thought she was pretty when we got her, but she sure is ornery!” Katerina
g...

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Another wise saying from "Yankee Daughters," this one a formula for a happy home.

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