21 Days of Chicago Lightning – Teasers, Tidbits, Trivia (Day 3: 1920-1924 events) by Kaye Spencer #roaringtwenties #romanticsuspense

Chicago Lightning is a romantic suspense novel that begins with the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago on February 14, 1929 and ends around midnight

William Ernest Henley’s Invictus by Kaye Spencer #poetry #firestarpress

  I’m continuing this month with another of my favorite poems on the Fire Star Press blog. My May article HERE was about My Papa’s

Kaye Spencer shares a bit of July 14th history trivia #westernfictioneers #trivia #history

My July article at the Western Fictioneers’ blog is live today. I’ve included the link HERE, and I’ve also included the entire article below.  

Movie trivia – Four movies – Same plot by Kaye Spencer #hollywood #westernfictioneers #movies

Stop by the Western Fictioneers’ blog to read my article about four movies that share the same basic plot. Instead of writing about an April-in-history

March Old West trivia by Kaye Spencer #trivia #westernfictioneers #OldWestHistory

For my featured article this month at the Western Fictioneers’ blogspot, I have compiled a brief list of notable events in Old West history. The

Sunday History Trivia – June 1 – June 10 by Kaye Spencer #trivia #history

        June 1-1813: Mortally wounded while engaged in battle with Royal Navy frigate Shannon, U.S. Captain James Lawrence of the USS Chesapeake

History #Trivia – May 1 to May 14 by Kaye Spencer

May 1, 1880 – The first issue of the newspaper, Tombstone Epitaph, is published. The owner stated: Every tombstone should have its epitaph. Read more.

History #Trivia – Week of Feb. 26 – Mar. 4 by @kayespencer

Feb 26-1983: Michael Jackson’s Thriller album reaches No. 1 and stays there for the next 37 weeks. Feb 27-1807: Born: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – Listen

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