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All posts tagged The Dogtrot Christmas

A Log Cabin Christmas Collection Gift Basket Contest

Log Cabin Christmas gifts

What? You don’t feel like Christmas yet? It’s only 104 days (or less) until that reason for the season occurs: Jesus’ birthday. To help you get organized, early, this year, my co-writers on A Log Cabin Christmas Collection have put together a gift basket that includes a copy of the New York Times best seller […]

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The Dogtrot Christmas–original Chapter Three

 It’s moving week for me, and I’ve spent it providing the backstory–first three chapters–to my novella The Dogtrot Christmas–which is part of The New York Times best-selling A Log Cabin Christmas Collection. I wrote the original three chapters on a warm summer day three years ago. I haven’t looked at them since. Rereading these chapters has […]

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The Dogtrot Christmas–original Chapter Two

As this is a moving week for me, I’m providing the original three chapters for my novella “The Dogtrot Christmas” soon to be re-released in Barbour Publishing’s A Log Cabin Christmas Collection. Chapter one ran on Monday and can be read here: Chapter One. Chapter Two takes us to a more dramatic moment where it puts […]

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The Dogtrot Christmas–Original First Chapter!

Covered Wagon

I’m moving this week, so I’ve been rummaging through the cellars and attic to find all my possessions. In honor of that, I’ve unearthed the original opening chapter for my The Dogtrot Christmas. When I was given the opportunity to “audition” a story for the collection, I sat down that afternoon and put together my […]

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Writing Historical Fiction with a Family Flair: Blog Hop Day #5

Thanks for joining us for day #5 of A Log Cabin Christmas bloghop! You can read the official rules page, for those of you still trying to figure out this bloghop contest, here. I’m the author of The Dogtrot Christmas, based on events in my family history. In addition to being a novelist, I’m also a […]

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