I don't want to give anything away, since this is a mystery, but when I got to a certain place in Part 2, I literally could not put the book down.
American Impressionist artist, muralist, and photographer, Alson Skinner Clark is most remembered for his beautiful landscapes that often sell for tens of thousands of dollars.
"It's just not possible to write serious stuff all the time. . . " Plus "I’m not at ease in the air; every time a plane banks more than 45 degrees I still get tense . . . "
As you approach the Thousand Island Bridge, you hear, "Who can see the water first? There is a secret crevice between trees that offers a first glance that you always struggle to find.
It was during these years that I became known alternately as Carrot Top and Fire Dome. My flaming red hair came from my Great Grandma Putnam . . .
As we left the teepee, I hesitated for a quick moment to let my eyes adjust to the brilliant sunlight. This pause was all the excuse my guard needed to whack the back of my legs with his spear.
Lyon built her; Lock never used her; Beck ran the hell out of her; Lewis just donated her . . .
Gretchen Huntley, Poet Laureate of Gananoque, has blessed our lives with a new chapbook of poetry inspired by the photography of Sam Battams.
Casa Blanca is one of the most well-preserved Gilded Age cottages along “Millionaire’s Row” in the Thousand Islands and the setting for my latest novella, "Reagan's Reward."
Alex Bay's Johnny Truesdell gives us a website, Facebook page, calendars and a beautiful small picture book depicting the Thousand Islands of today!
It started with a phone call from a name I recognized, Gretchen Huntley, but someone I had never met and it took me on a path of discovery...
If you love experiencing the Thousand Islands and perusing vintage postcards, this unique book will appeal to you.
We want to know just who you are and why are you writing nine novels about the Thousand Islands and your special Grenell Island?
The moment I finished Napoleon's Gold: A Legend of the Saint Lawrence River, I knew my next novel would be Tom Flanagan's search for his brother Patrick,
Maybe I am giving it away, but the last paragraph in Tom French’s first short story in Wind Water Waves touched me like few descriptions of life on the River ever have.
On my planet these days I am ... learning new recipes...
I probably met Will about 20 years ago when friends invited me to join them for dinner at Swan Bay Resort. By chance, Will and I were seated next...
Scores of folks have added a visit to the area to their bucket lists because they’ve been introduced to the majesty and wonder, we River Rats get to enjoy regularly...