Suwannee River Cypress

Florida Travel Way Down Upon the Suwannee River

“Way down upon the Suwannee River…..” Those lyrics are from the Florida state song, “Old Folks at Home,” written by Stephen Foster in 1851. You can listen to the song performed by Pete Seeger as part of his historical “American Favorite Ballads”. Sit back, close your eyes, and ease into…

Author Interview

A Tribute to My Uncle Ronnie

Ronald Eugene Harrison was born to Oscar and Gladys on the old Gregg Mill Road farm, August 26, 1943, in Ohio. Youngest in a family of seven, he arrived after Delores, Jim, Theresa, and Larry. Crazy in love, his parents married when Gladys was a mere seventeen years old. Oscar…

Radio Interview Authors Annie Acorn and Andrea Twombly

Annie Acorn is the pseudonym of a prolific, internationally beloved author, whose readership recognizes her mainly for her women’s fiction, cozy mysteries and richly woven stories with a warm southern flair, such as Chocolate Can Kill and her Luna Lake Cabins romantic women’s fiction series. She writes her romantic women’s…

Name the Chicken

My New Home and a Clucking Good Chicken Contest!

Welcome to the grand opening of the new Penelope Silvers blog! PhilosBooks.com was my home for several years, but I’m going to kick off my shoes and rest here for awhile. More importantly, to kick off this momentous event (sans balloons or hors d’oeuvres), I’m sponsoring a contest!  A “Name the Chicken”…

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