Join me today on writingblog.ca to read a first-hand account of the allied D-Day invasion of France from Trevor Price, (very recently deceased) Trevor was on active service in the Royal Navy at the time and documented the role he had to play on that famous day, titled “D-Day, June 6th, 1944”. Also, read on for informative genealogical facts from Tammy Tipler-Priolo our resident genealogist, titled “Coattail Relatives Do Have Tales”. The poem of the week from Dian Bower takes you on a delightful river adventure, titled “A Lazy Daisy Day”. Then we have the third, gripping chapter by Mary Penner from our chain story, “Murder, Murder, Murder”. Send me your comments on these latest writings at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the comments button.
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