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N. J. Schrock

NANCY SCHROCK

Flotsam and Jetsam

Katherine Youngblood

KATHERINE YOUNGBLOOD

The Beached Mermaid

Sharon Duplantis

SHARON DUPLANTIS

Pensacola Treasures

John Melvin

JOHN D. MELVIN, II

My Historic Home

NATALIE RAINBOLT
NATALIE RAINBOLTAuthor
A wife, mother and grandmother, Natalie started writing at the age of eleven to entertain her baby brother and continued to write for her children.
TANNER ASHLEY CHAU
TANNER ASHLEY CHAUAuthor
Tanner is an intuitive storyteller who lives and works in the Northwest Florida community. As a writer, an editor, and a blogger, she approaches every project from a narrative and rhetorical perspective.
JORDAN THAMES
JORDAN THAMESAuthor
Jordan Thames is currently pursuing an MA in English Literature at the University of West Florida, with plans to graduate in December of 2018. Her love of books has continued to grow throughout her life, leading her to seek them in her academic and professional life.

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Long Shadows

November 12th, 2018|1 Comment

I like this picture of Benny and me, even though it’s not really of us, but of our shadows. Any viewer knows that a person and a dog stood in this grassy area at a [...]

  • Pensacola Treasures

Pensacola Treasures

September 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Reflections of a reluctant author... When the marketing person from my publisher first contacted me about joining a group of authors to write a blog, I was both intrigued and a bit intimidated.  I recently [...]

  • A Walk Back in Time Pensacola Florida

A Walk Back in Time…

September 27th, 2018|4 Comments

Shortly after moving back to Pensacola I began walking through the Pensacola Historic District a few times a week.  Exercise was my excuse, but mainly I do it because I’m fascinated by the architecture and [...]

  • Isaac Wright House 431 E. Zaragoza Street

The House on Lot 23

September 21st, 2018|1 Comment

House on Lot 23 The history of Pensacola is rich and enduring, indeed. Known as the “City of Five Flags,” Pensacola has been under the control of five nations since its inception in 1559–Spain, France, [...]