Tag: historical fiction

Escapades of a Spokane Thief

Escapades of a Spokane Thief

I’m trying something new! If you subscribe to my newsletter right now, you’ll receive a free copy of my short story “Escapades of a Spokane Thief” set in 1901 Spokane! Then, be sure to follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter to catch when I begin my newest endeavor: Online Presentations! I’ll begin with reading …

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Reading: Somewhere in Time

Reading: Somewhere in Time

Published in 1975 under the title Bid Time Return, the novel that inspired the 1980 adaptation known as Somewhere in Time caused all subsequent publications to be renamed. I’ve always loved the film, but I’d never read the book. After reading Time and Again by Jack Finney (1970), in which the narrator accomplishes time travel …

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Mary, Did You Know

Mary, Did You Know

This is one of my favorite scenes from my short story, “Mary, Did You Know” which shares a mother’s memories of events leading up to and following that one holy night, showing there’s really nothing new under the sun when it comes to motherhood. My story is only the first in Christmas Fiction Off the …

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Thanksgiving in 1901 Spokane

Thanksgiving in 1901 Spokane

I’ve shared about the Dear Mother collection of letters before, but this week I wanted to highlight some of Marinus Crommelin’s impressions of Thanksgiving, a holiday they didn’t celebrate in his homeland of Holland. “Next Thursday it is Thanksgiving day…a statutory holiday which appears to be celebrated with good food and dancing as well as …

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Christmas Anthology Unboxing

Christmas Anthology Unboxing

Hello! I am thrilled to share this moment with you as I get to unbox my first published short story! Head on over to my Facebook Author Page to catch the action. Signed copies are for sale right here on my website! Thanks for watching and reading! 🙂 (In order of stories) Ronnell Kay Gibson …

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Look Up, Spokane! (Part 1)

Look Up, Spokane! (Part 1)

How often do we look up anymore? More often than not, we’re looking down at our phone, or down at our feet to make sure we’re not stepping in dog poop or something. But the last time I was downtown in Spokane, I felt the urge to look up, to see what I was missing. …

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Just a quick post to say, “Merry Christmas!”

Just a quick post to say, “Merry Christmas!”

It’s Christmas in July! I’m pleased to reveal the cover for the Christmas anthology that will include my short story, “Mary, Did You Know?” coming THIS CHRISTMAS!! Let me know now if you’d like to schedule a reading, signing, or just want to put your name down for some signed copies. There’ll be more info …

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