Bildungsroman (and a favor from readers) by Kaye Spencer #firestarpress #comingofage

My February article on the Fire Star Press blog explains the origin, meaning, and usage of the word Bildungsroman (pronounced: bill-doongz-roh-man). Bildungsroman is a literary

Lee Marvin, Gene Pitney, and the western movie that connects them by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #hollywood #moviemusic

February 17th and February 19th have a primary and secondary connection that makes the trivia-loving nerd in me happy as a dog wagging two tails.

Sewing Patterns, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Scarlett O’Hara, and a Valentine’s Day story by Kaye Spencer #prairierosepubs #sewing #westernromance

My blog for February at Prairie Rose Publications has to do with sewing patterns along with a brief excerpt from my western romance Valentine’s Day-themed

Sing Along with Mitch by Kaye Spencer #firestarpress #vintagetelevision #classictv

Stop by the Fire Star Press blog HERE to read my short article about the vintage television program Sing Along with Mitch. This show was

52 years ago today in country music by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #countrymusic

52 years ago today, country music artist Merle Haggard had his third No. 1 hit with Sing Me Back Home. Stop by the Western Fictioneers’

Thomas Eakins – 19th Century American realist painter by Kaye Spencer #prairierosepubs #americanpainters

  My blog today at Prairie Rose Publications is a small tribute to the 19th century American realist painter, Thomas Eakins. Stop by if for

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