Whether at her desk, in the kitchen, or kicking-back reading at her Galveston, Texas, dwelling, Kathleen Rice Adams admits to a dog or three lounging close by—”one an irredeemable rabble-rouser.”
The confessed animal-lover has logged nearly three decades behind the keyboard, writing and editing news, magazine articles, non-fiction manuscripts, and novels. Along the way, she squeezed in a few ghost-writing projects for nonfiction books.
She’s often defined by her razor-sharp wit, but the […]
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If you read John Rose Putnam’s My Gold Rush Tales on a regular basis, you’ll learn how and why the California Gold Rush made such a long-lasting impact on American society.
The California Gold rush proved an exciting time in American history. The promise of wealth attracted thousands of people – mostly men – and many who believed that luck, rather than hard work, served as the key to striking it rich.
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Navigating stairways has never been my strong suit. Years ago, I did survive the 320 steps inside the cupola to the rooftop at St Peter’s in Rome. And, I even managed to conquer the 72 steps stone steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art – better known as the Rocky Steps, because of the film, “Rocky.”
I’ve always been tempted to traverse the 900 steps of the Washington Monument, but decided to take […]
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