Sunday Dinner with Donna Schlachter

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Donna Schlachter. A hybrid author, Donna writes squeaky clean historical and contemporary suspense. She has been published more than 50 times in books; is a member of several writers groups; facilitates a critique group; teaches writing classes; ghostwrites; edits; and judges in writing contests. She loves history and research, traveling extensively for both, and is an avid oil painter.

Sunday Dinner with Linda Grandinetti

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Linda Grandinetti. You might recognize her last name and that’s because she’s my aunt. Linda is also a retired Educator and School Counselor. She was born in Chicago and raised in the northern suburbs. She attended Northern Illinois University where she received a BS in Elementary Education. She received her MA in School Counseling from Governors State University.

Sunday Dinner with Danielle Grandinetti – Part 3

As Silent as the Night, Christmas, Culture, Holidays, Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I’m inviting you to pull up a chair as I share some fun research behind the history I include in my upcoming Christmas novella, As Silent as the Night. This is the third of three posts. If you missed the first two posts, you can read them here and here. Today I’ll share about a few Wisconsin Christmas traditions.

Sunday Dinner with Danielle Grandinetti – Part 2

As Silent as the Night, Christmas, Culture, Holidays, Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I’m inviting you to pull up a chair as I share some fun research behind the history I include in my upcoming Christmas novella, As Silent as the Night. This is the second of three posts. If you missed the first post, you can read it here. Today I’ll share about Santa Lucia Day.

Sunday Dinner with Danielle Grandinetti – Part 1

As Silent as the Night, Christmas, Culture, Holidays, Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I’m inviting you to pull up a chair as I share some fun research behind the Christmas traditions I include in my upcoming historical romance, As Silent as the Night. This is the first of three posts and in it, I’ll share about St. Nicholas Day.

Sunday Dinner with Mary Dodge Allen

Sunday Dinner

For today’s Sunday Dinner, I invited Mary Dodge Allen to join us. Mary writes romantic suspense. Her latest release, Hunt for a Hometown Killer, won the 2022 Christian Indie Award – First Place, Mystery/Suspense. It is set in a fictional small town in Florida, and its main character is a small town mail carrier who takes on the role of amateur sleuth to solve her husband’s murder.