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    Alaska and the 4th of July

    This is a reprise from a 2013 post on this blog. Happy Independence Day! Historically, Alaskans are big on celebrating the 4th of July. Even before we became a state, territorial residents made a point of partying on Independence Day.…

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    Historic Juneau

    While I was attending the AkLA conference in Juneau, I went on a little walk to see the historic sites. There’s a lot within walking distance, if you don’t mind the hills. Here are a few photos for you!

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    Juneau, Alaska

    I was just in Juneau for the Alaska Library Association Conference (#akla19). I attended as a library volunteer and YA author. Whenever I attend these conferences, I have a great time. Librarians are my people! And they do so much…

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    Worth Her Weight in Gold: Was Ada real?

    While it’s summer and traveling season, it’s a good time to re-run old posts. Here is one from March 14, 2014 about my YA historical romance novella, available as an ebook on Amazon, or with the print version of my novel Quicksilver to…

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    Worth Her Weight in Gold

    Worth Her Weight in Gold: Juneau, 1886 When a mob threatens to run their friend China Joe out of town, Ada and Tom work together and learn what their true characters really are. the prequel novella in my Gold Rush…