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  • 00:24

    Warrior Writers: The 21st Century

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    This week's episode will focus on the US Navy and Marine Corps from the attacks of September 11th, 2001 to today.


    Today's episode finishes up this 14-part series will takes you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:34

    Warrior Writers: 1870s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    Today's episode will focus on the 1870s.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:32

    Wine, Romance & Writers in Door County Tamara Leighs Trend On

    in Social Networking

    #DoorCounty is one of the most romantic destinations in the US where nautical and coastal adventure meets picturesque harbor towns on the #Wisconsin pennisula that juts out like a thumb into Lake Michigan just north of the also famous home city of The #GreenBayPacker. It's filled with an abundance of course of cheese, shops, and wineries, so what could be a more perfect setting than the local Fish Creek Lautenbach's Winery to host the WINE & ROMANCE NIGHT on FRIDAY 10/2/15 of the #RomanceWriters of Wisconsin?


    Author Valerie J. Clarizio on Tamara Leigh's TREND ON to talk about #Writing #Romance #SelfPublishing #WritersGroups & the 10/2/15 EVent featuring 5 Published Romance Authors: #ValerieClarizio #PattiFiala #VirginiaMcCullough #SteveMitchell #MaryGraceMurphy & #BarbaraRaffin along pairing their novels with #wine for the #BookReadings. 


    For more info go to: http://valclarizio.wordpress.com/ or http://eepurl.com/bn6QoD & @VClarizio Sponsored by writeondoorcounty.org - Also check out Romance Writer Virginia McCullough on #TamaraLeighsTrendOn show


    Tamara Leigh's TREND ON - Engaging Your Audience to TREND ON You! - LIVE Wednesday @ 10amCT - Follow @tamaraleighllc - Tamara Leigh, LLC is a #Commmunications company meeting the needs of clients across platforms: #MobileOptimized #website build/design, #SocialMediaMarketing #Content #Writing #Blogging #Editing outsourcing #Image #Style #InterCulturalCommunication

  • 00:35

    Warrior Writers: 1930s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    This week's episode will focus on the US Navy in the decade dominated by The Great Depression, innovation, and the preparations for the next World War that emerges at the end of the decade.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:28

    Warrior Writers: 1920s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    This Week's episode will focus on the US Navy in the decade following the First World War that set the foundation for the aviation and submarine technology that would dominate the next World War.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:30

    Warrior Writers: 1910s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    Today's episode will focus on the US Navy of the second decade of the 20th Century dominated by the First World War.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:33

    Warrior Writers: 1900-1910

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    Today's episode will focus on the US Navy of the first decade of the 20th Century.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:31

    Warrior Writers: 1890s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    Today's episode will focus on the US Navy of the 1890s.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 00:31

    Warrior Writers: 1880s

    in History

    Welcome to the Naval Academy Museum Warrior Writers podcast, hosted by Sal from the blog "CDR Salamander."


    Today's episode will focus on the 1880s.


    This 14-part series will take you decade by decade, starting with the 1870s, discussing the significant naval events and developments that helped shape the US Navy.


    The podcast will coincide with the Naval Academy Museum: "Warrior Writers: The U.S. Naval Institute" open from September 10, 2015 through January 31, 2016.


    Our guest for each episode leading us through the decades will be Naval Academy History Professor Emeritus and noted naval historian Dr. Craig Symonds, and Naval Academy Museum Director Claude Berube.

  • 01:05

    Romance Wednesday with Fran Lewis

    in Books

    Join a panel of five authors who will discuss how they create their romance novels, their scenes and how they keep them within the limits of taste. Join me with Larry Farmer, Ann Yost, Marsha Casper Cook, Doris McCurry and Kathi Barton. Fran Lewis: MJ magazine

  • 01:56

    Romance, Romance, We All Love Romance

    in Books

    We will be chatting with Romance Author Karen (K L) Docter about her books and writing the Romance novels readers love. 


    Amazon Bestselling Author Karen Docter writes two different kinds of romance novels.


    Contemporary Romance w/a Karen Docter: Romance...With a Kick! Amazon Author Page: goo.gl/FwhxNC


    Romantic Suspense w/a K.L. Docter: Women hunted by killers...men who'd die to protect them. Amazon Author Page: goo.gl/igvR0k


    Karen's contemporaries are delightful, spicy romances. She loves writing about real men and women with dreams and goals that don't allow for a relationship just so she can throw them in each others path.


    Her romantic suspense novels (as K.L. Docter) are also filled with romance, although the dangers the hero and heroine face are intense, usually because a serial killer is bent on ending one or both of their lives before they can fall in love. 


    Karen/K.L.'s an award-winning author, a four-time Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® finalist, and won the coveted Kiss of Death Romance Writers Daphne du Maurier Award Category (Series) Romantic Mystery Unpublished division.