It required three generations of fearless activists over a span of more than seven decades working in more than 900 state, local, and national campaigns to finally win the vote for American women. Let us not forget them and their struggles for the right to vote. The power of the vote has shaped America’s history and will shape our future.
June SPOTLIGHT on CHAUCER AWARDS – Early Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romantic Fiction, Crusades, Medieval
As in Chaucer's words in the Nun's Priest Tale of the Canterbury Tales, "For crowing there was not his equal in all the land." And crowing we are about these CHAUCER Book Awards for Historical Fiction Award Winners!
12 MUST-DO’s for AUTHORS for a Successful and Productive 2020 and Beyond. Number Two of Twelve – a Chanticleer Writer’s Toolbox Series by Kiffer Brown and Sharon Anderson
Creating Your Marketing and Promotion Calendar Part One. 10 Points: A Step by Step Approach with a Handy Worksheet that you can print out -- by Kiffer Brown.
Click here to read current statistics regarding US Veterans. Additionally, we are honored of reviewing outstanding works by written by authors, many who are veterans, whose stories enlighten, remind, empathize, and create a better understanding with those who have served in the armed forces. We are honored to share these works with you.
We here at Chanticleer Reviews have had the honor of reviewing top novels by written by outstanding authors whose stories enlighten, remind, empathize, and creates a better understanding with those who have served in the armed forces. It is our pleasure to share these titles with you.
From the riveting opening that takes place in NYC's Lower East Side's sweatshops until its gripping conclusion, this enthralling novel vividly portrays the desperate times of German immigrants landing at Ellis Island in 1905 in search of a better life.