#1932Turns5: Gift Card Winner!
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The winner of a 10$ Amazon Gift Card is :   Joy K   Congratulations! I have been in touch with Joy by email and will forward her gift card right along.   99cent sale on ‘1932’ You can still … Read More

#1932Turns5 – Today!
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  July 16, 1933 A 22-year-old farmer, a quiet stoic man, sat in a horse drawn buggy beside his bride. She was almost 16 years old (not unusual for the time) – almost as tall as her groom – dark haired, dark … Read More

#1932Turns5 : Fashion
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Today, a short but sweet post for #1932Turns5. I invite you all to head over to my Pinterest board to look at 1930s fashion Anyone have a favorite look or item from the 1930s?   Jane’s dress was a lovely … Read More

#1932Turns5: Guest Post by Beau North
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Today, a guest post by Beau North, whose novel – Longbourn’s Songbird, will be released by Meryton Press this fall. Welcome, Beau!   When Karen mentioned the five-year anniversary of her excellent novel 1932, I jumped at the chance to write this … Read More

#1932Turns5: Best Movies Set During 1930s
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  Today, a short post about the 5 Best Movies Set During the Great Depression. Why are they the best? Well, because I said so, I guess!  Here we go… The Sting (1973)   Why? Because I’ve always had a … Read More

#1932Turns5: Depression Glass
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  One little corner of 1930s culture that I grew up with, but some people are not aware of, is the phenomenon of Depression Glass. It’s a bit kitschy, but the items ARE rather striking, and collectible in that retro, … Read More

#1932Turns5: Guest Post by Gail McEwen
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Today, I have another great guest post for you! This is from Gail McEwen, co-author of the Lord and Lady Baugham novels with Tina Moncton (Twixt Two Equal Armies, Love Then Begins, The West Yet Glimmers) —a marvelous trilogy, by … Read More

#1932Turns5: Giveaway 2 Winner!
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The winner of the Book Birthday #1932Turns5 second Giveaway – a Kindle version of 1932 is:   tgruy   Congratulations!   I have been in contact with her by email today, and will send her ebook right along. Six more days until … Read More

#1932Turns5: You-Tube Channel
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  …The torch singer’s sultry alto was plaintively crooning about separation and loneliness. He traced a sure, possessive circle on her bare back, and he breathed in the vaguely familiar scent of jasmine. He had not remembered her wearing that … Read More

#1932Turns5: The Hermitage Hotel
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    Elizabeth stopped once inside the suite. There was a round table adorned with flowers, two overstuffed chairs, an armoire, and a bed, already turned down, with big white fluffy pillows that looked quite inviting. She walked through the … Read More

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