Tag Archives: Hazel Hart

Aspirations and Resolutions

This is the time of year when many people review their aspirations and make resolutions for achieving them. I am one of those people. This year, I looked back at journals that covered fifty-plus years of my life and saw … Continue reading

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Weekend Overwhelm

This last weekend was one of those during which there was far more to do than time allowed. Saturday First there was great-grandson Alyja’s 5th birthday. There was no way I could miss singing “Happy Birthday,” to this cutie and  watching him … Continue reading

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Where Home Is

Where Home Is was the working title of the novel that is now The Survivalist’s Daughter. Kindra, the main character, kidnapped by her father when she was a toddler, is sixteen when she learns that the woman she has always … Continue reading

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Reflections on My First Novel

  When December rolls around, I always think about my first novel, The Night Before Christmas. I began writing it in 1970 and published it in 2008. Recently, I was asked how many times I revised it. Truthfully, I lost … Continue reading

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When Is a Review not a Review?

In a Time magazine article (July 6/July 13, 2015) titled “Harper Lee’s second success,” Lev Grossman states: “Go Set a Watchman has already been reviewed 192 times on Goodreads, even though no one has actually read it.” How can that be? How can … Continue reading

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