Meet Author Vivi Holt

Please welcome author Vivi Holt to my blog. She writes inspirational historical western romances and has a new release out today!! Always an exciting day for an author. What kinds of books do you

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Deep Learning

By Kristy McCaffrey How does your email filter out spam? How does Facebook automatically tag a photo you just uploaded? What powers the crystal-clear voice of Apple’s Siri feature? The answer is deep

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Reading Recommendations

All Reviews by Kristy McCaffrey (Note: I've included an Amazon link for each book but many are also available on other platforms such as Nook, iBooks and Kobo, as well as print.) Fluency by Jennifer

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A Cutter’s Creek Romance Series

I'd like to welcome author Kari Trumbo to my blog today. She's participating in a great new series, along with the awesome Kit Morgan, Vivi Holt and Annie Boone. Kari, tell us more… I am excited

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Mother’s Day Sale!!

By Kristy McCaffrey In honor of Mother's Day (in the U.S.), most of the American Mail-Order Brides books are on sale for 99 cents (digital versions). This unprecedented 50-book series was written by 45

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Massacre At Camp Grant

  By Kristy McCaffrey Camp Grant in 1870 In the 1860’s and 1870’s, the state of unrest in the southern Arizona Territory varied widely. At times, depredations by Apache Indians was

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Zina Abbott Blog Blitz

I'm pleased to have author Zina Abbott as a guest today on my blog. She's sharing about her latest book release. Take it away, Zina!   Today my alter-ego, Zina Abbott, will share with you excerpt

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The Navajo: The Long Walk

By Kristy McCaffrey The “Long Walk” was the incarceration of the Navajo Indians at Bosque Redondo—near Ft. Sumner in New Mexico Territory—from 1864 to 1868, after which they were released

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Irish Fairy Tales

By Kristy McCaffrey The Irish have a great lore concerning fairies. It is believed that fairies are “fallen angels who were not good enough to be saved, nor bad enough to be lost.” The Tuatha Dé

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The Master Switch Of Life

By Kristy McCaffrey P.F. Scholander In 1963, Per Scholander, a Swedish-born researcher working in the United States, discovered a Master Switch of Life in vertebrate animals—a defense against

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The Apache and the Bascom Incident

By Kristy McCaffrey In the latter half of the 1800’s, the westward expansion of the United States brought with it endless clashes between immigrants and the military with Native American peoples. Oddly

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Naming A Series After Birds

By Kristy McCaffrey I wrote my first novel, The Wren, more than ten years ago. I was a young stay-at-home mom with four kids all under the age of five running amuck. I'd been writing since I was seven

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Writing With Quiet Hands

By Kristy McCaffrey It’s that time of year when writers often decide to sharpen their skills, test the boundaries of their abilities, and become better at their chosen craft. I recently had the

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The Great Work of Your Life

By Kristy McCaffrey First, Happy New Year to one and all! This is a time of fresh starts and new ideas, so perhaps this post will spark a bit of recognition in your heart, especially for those who may

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Reading Recommendations

Reviews by Kristy McCaffrey As 2015 comes to a close, here's a few great reads you might want to check out. Eyes of the Wild by Eleanor O’Hanlon I picked up this book because of the section pertaining

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