Author Archives: Catherine Hedge

About Catherine Hedge

I am a writer and teacher mentor.

Attend a Writer’s Conference? A Risk Worth Taking (Part 3)

By Catherine Hedge I am thrilled to be on my way to The Kansas Authors Club state conference today.  I know that when I walk through the door, I will be greeted with smiles and enthusiasm.  That won’t be because … Continue reading

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My New Bike…The Whole World in Front of Me!

By Celeste Gantz Today I rode my new bicycle.  It’s a cruiser that was used as a rental from our local bike shop, but it’s in top notch shape.  I bought a new helmet and lock. It has regular pedals, … Continue reading

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Hearts Aren’t Crystal: A Reminder

By Catherine Hedge One of my children has had a rough day.  Though I wish I could wipe it all away, the best I can do is tell her to put one foot in front of the other.  She’ll make … Continue reading

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Interview with Award-Winning Author Helena P. Schrader

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
Helena P. Schrader’s recent works have been awarded Readers’ Favorite Gold, a Feathered Quill, a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Chaucer Awards, and indieBRAG Medallions. Helena’s newest novel is The Last Crusader Kingdom: Dawn of a Dynasty…

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Repost: #ChillWithABookAward Winning author, Charlene Newcomb talks all things bookish with #ETLBW @charnewcomb @ChillWithABook

Congratulations, Char!  Here is a lovely interview with our Pen in Hand writer, Charlene Newcomb.   …I am delighted to welcome author Charlene Newcomb to the blog this afternoon … Huge congratulations on winning your Chill Award! You must be … Continue reading

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A Discovered Diamond – Book Review of For King and Country

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There is a new site in town – rather, on the web – for reviews of historical fiction: Discovering Diamonds. You should definitely bookmark or follow this site if you are looking for good historical…

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A Glimpse of the Caribbean

Imagine getting this picture through your car window! You might enjoy reading about my Epicurean Traveler trip to Aruba!  

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Writing Medieval Lincoln – Lincoln Castle

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Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
The Observatory Tower I wish I lived closer to Lincoln or could have the Enterprise transporter take me the 4000+ miles in a few seconds. While I am wishing for the transporter, I might as…

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GRL Retreat in Kansas City

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
Broadening my horizons, stretching my wings. GRL is the Gay Romance Literature Retreat. According to their website, GRL is “for people who create and celebrate LGBT romance.” My Battle Scars series is historical fiction with…

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Review: Men of the Cross (Battle Scars, #1) by Charlene Newcomb

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Today I have the pleasure of sharing my review of Men of the Cross (Battle Scars, #1) by Charlene Newcomb, a 2014 B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree “War, political intrigue and passion… heroes… friends and lovers… and the seeds for…

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