Author : Phyllis Irene Radford

…aka P.R. Frost, aka C.F. Bentley, has been writing stories ever since she figured out what a pencil was for. A member of an endangered species, a native Oregonian who lives in Oregon, she and her husband make their home in Welches, Oregon, where deer, bears, coyotes, hawks, owls, and woodpeckers feed regularly on their back deck. A museum-trained historian, Phyllis Irene has spent many hours prowling pioneer cemeteries deepening her connections to the past. Raised in a military family, she grew up all over the US and learned early on that books are friends that don’t get left behind with a move. Her interests and reading range from ancient history, to spiritual meditations, to space stations, and a whole lot in between.

Damn Yankee Chicken Pie

Damn Yankee Chicken Pie In 1939 my Aunt Bec (Bessie) made the long and perilous train journey from rural Alabama to New England. She needed

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Author Inteview: Sherwood Smith

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  Interview: Sarah Zettel Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel Founding member of Book View Café, Sarah Zettel, writes in multiple genres with multiple pen names;

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