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Woot! How To Fell A Timberman Is Second Runner Up For 2016 American Historical Rone Award

  I had my second big surprise this summer when I learned yesterday that How To Fell To Fell A Timberman is 2nd runner up for American Historicals in the 2016 Rone Award.  The first surprise of course was being … Continue reading

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How To Fell A Timberman Has Been Nominated For The Roan Award!

  You’ve probably heard about authors sweating blood all over the typing paper. Believe it! We try so hard to use just the right word, make the sentences flow beautifully and generate a world our readers enjoy losing themselves in … Continue reading

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Historical Minnesota Logging VS Pacific Northwest Logging

  I’m busy writing How To Kiss A Troll and it’s so fun. Because it’s a historical I did a tremendous amount of research. I did the same for How To Fell A Timberman.     Now you might think, … Continue reading

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Sharla Rae’s Favorite Christmas Cookies

  I love making cookies and deserts and Christmas is a great excuse to bake up a storm. So I’d like to share some of my favorite Christmas recipes with my readers this year. In How To Fell A Timberman, … Continue reading

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Off To The 2015 InDiScrib Conference Next Week!

I hope to see many of my fellow writers and readers next week in Palm Springs at the InDScrib Conference in Palm Springs. With all the parties, schmoozing and classes it promises to be great fun. I spent the entire … Continue reading

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How To Fell A Timberman Is Now Available on Amazon

I’m so happy to announce that How To Fell A Timberman is now on sale at Amazon. Here’s a little about this first book in The Bjornsons series with an excerpt. The logging environs of the Pacific Northwest lured young … Continue reading

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Tall Tales and Why I Write Historicals

  The most asked reader question is: Where do you get your ideas? The second most asked question is: Why do you write what you write? My very very basic answer to both questions? Growing up with my grandparents was … Continue reading

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