Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 30

Railroads Building the West by Judy Baker

Hi Anna, thank you so much for inviting me today to discuss a small portion of history about America’s railroads.  One of my favorite TV series is Hell on Wheels. This series has so much history of how the railroads built the West and the people who gave so much for us to enjoy our …

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Jul 23

The Story With a Twenty Year Gestation by Gail MacMillan

It’s a delight to welcome fellow Canadian, Gail MacMillan to Travel Back in Time. Great to be here, Anna. I’ve always been fascinated by the colorful history of my homeland, north eastern New Brunswick.  Over the years I’ve written two local history books and numerous articles on the subject but that still didn’t satisfy my …

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Jul 16

Passion for the Wild West by Kathleen Lawless

I’m pleased to welcome another member of my RWA chapter, award winning author Kathleen Lawless. Hi Anna.  Thanks for the opportunity to share my passion for the Wild West. I have a confession to make.  I love Cowboys.  I always have.  This infatuation could be due to hours of a misspent youth watching Rawhide and …

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Jul 09

Oregon Trail Scouts and Tellers of Tall Tales by Jacqui Nelson

It’s my pleasure to welcome Jacqui Nelson back to my blog. She’s a fellow member of the Vancouver Island Chapter of RWA, and a person I’m glad to call my friend. Thanks for having me as your guest on your blog again, Anna While doing research for my newly released Western historical romance novel, Between …

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Jul 02

The American Victorian: Manners and Morals in the 1880s by Sydney Jane Baily

Please welcome fellow Love Historicals author, Sydney Jane Baily. Thanks for having me on your site, Anna. My romance time period is called Americana; it’s Victorian really but set in America. I recently wrote a prequel, An Intriguing Proposition, after the fact, as another of your guests did, Kae Elle Wheeler. I backed up the …

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