Monthly Archive: April, 2021

Neptune Beach–the Coney Island of the West


Becky and Linda welcome to Fifth Friday our friend and fellow author of historical fiction, Ana Brazil! Imagine that it’s April 1919 and you’re a U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant just returned to your… Continue reading

How the Other Half Lived


My works-in-progress drive my research and presently I am deep into the period 1870-1912, roughly the years known as the Gilded Age in US history. The period was marked by tremendous industrial and… Continue reading

A Lost Art Form


Unless you’re a baby boomer or a vintage car enthusiast, you won’t even realize one of the most whimsical and beautiful artistic endeavors has died a quiet death. Today’s automobiles only have a… Continue reading