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Maria Susanna Cummins (1827-1866).  Ah, here is someone actually reading a book from the stack of books on the table.

Maria Susanna Cummins, born April 1827 Salem, Massachusetts and died October 1866 Dorchester, Massachusetts an American novelist who notable work was 'The Lamplighter' touted as one of the most original and natural narratives ever.

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Snarky Sisters and Stolen Scones…

Love friend and writing critique partner Deb Raney and being with her in ATL at the International Christian Retailers Show in

The Sweetest Things...

Deb Raney recently made a visit to Nashville, and we spent a quick—but oh so fun!—afternoon hitting some Nashville “musts!

Meet Bob Green, Head Hostler, Belle Meade Plantation,  a man who really lived at Belle Meade and who's also a character in To Whisper Her Name.

(Bob Green, Head Hostler, Belle Meade Plantation) To Whisper Her Name, by Tamera Alexander Video 2 of this series

Meeting new friend Carine Bijl from the Netherlands (who reads my books in Dutch). So cool sharing dinner with her at J. Alexanders.

Meeting new friend Carine Bijl from the Netherlands (who reads my books in Dutch). So cool sharing dinner with her at J.

An ancient text over 2,000 years old may hold a key to remembering more than you thought possible

An ancient text over 2,000 years old may hold a key to remembering more than you thought possible

Harvard linguist points out the 58 most commonly misused words and phrases. By Richard Feloni.

Join me at Belle Meade Plantation for a glimpse into To Whisper Her Name and in to the real history of Nashville, TN.

The book trailer for To Whisper Her Name by Tamera Alexander (set against the real history of the Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, TN) "Pure reading pleasure.

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