Monthly Archives: February 2014

Read to me!

It is such a simple thing to do, volunteering at the local elementary school to read to a child on a one-on-one basis.  Because opportunities in my family to read picture books has long disappeared, I am driven to pursue that one simple … Continue reading

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What drew me to write “Elizabeth’s Field”

Somehow, perhaps subconsciously, I always knew I would write about the African American history of the Eastern Shore.  We had a summer cottage at Greens Point on the Choptank River and as I would spend a lot of time watching … Continue reading

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Another friendly review!

Now that the holidays are behind us and life seems to have slowed a bit, it’s time to let you know how much I loved reading “Elizabeth’s “Field.”  My father, who was a news broadcaster his whole life and an … Continue reading

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Review for Elizabeth’s Field

The following is the latest review for  “Elizabeth’s Field” that appears on Amazon.com.  Written by Cynthia Graae, it is as follows: Elizabeth’s Field by Barbara Lockhart is absolutely amazing — beautifully written (poetic, articulate), beautifully crafted (structure of the novel), … Continue reading

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Black History Month in Dorchester County

Google has a nice rendition of Harriet Tubman today, to remind us of the beginning of Black History month.  Having concentrated on black history in our area for well over nine years, I do not need a reminder but I’m … Continue reading

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