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I want to give you a little behind the scenes look into what made Flowers from Afghanistan. My husband retired after 26 years as a police officer and then an investigator in our city. He immediately was accepted as a trainer for police… Continue Reading “Behind The Scenes”
Many times I have read people post complaints about the shallowness of social media. However, I have been thinking about the wonderful, real friendships I have been graced to build online. Among my online contacts are; nurses, wives of police officers, truckers, musicians, painters,… Continue Reading “Grateful For Connections”
Traveling Robert shares details of his life and what created his thirst to experience new cultures: Flight to Freedom: The Story of my Life
Flowers from Afghanistan has been awarded a bronze medal in the Literary Fiction category by the Military Writers Society of America. The award took place during the 2018 MWSA Awards Banquet held in Charleston, S.C.. Special thanks to Serena Chase, who did a phenomenal… Continue Reading “Bronze Medalist!”
Flowers from Afghanistan is a finalist in the Military Writers Society of America 2018 contest. The actual awards (Gold, Silver, or Bronze) will be announced at MWSA’s General Membership Conference on November 9, 2018 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Friday’s Feature with Suzy Parish August 10, 2018 by Theresa Lynn Hall Flowers from Afghanistan by Suzy Parish Today is Suzy’s much anticipated “Release Day” of her debut novel, Flowers from Afghanistan. I’m thrilled to have her here today answering a few questions and… Continue Reading “Interview with Theresa Lynn Hall”
I love researching my novels. It’s a mix of history, geography, and of course fascinating people! I’m fortunate to be able to interview people from all over the world. While researching Flowers from Afghanistan, I was privileged to get to know the creative director… Continue Reading “What’s It Like To Be Greg Rabbitt, Creative Director?”
Mary’s flowers symbolize hope, as the subtitle says, “Hope Blooms In Unexpected Places.”