Category Archives: Mach Tey

Love Feud

Collecting obscure authors from yesteryear presents many joys and challenges.  Some of those challenges include locating copies of titles, or finding much about the author’s life.   Mabel McElliott wrote short stories and a handful of articles of newspapers during … Continue reading

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Blind Date

“What must a girl do to be popular?” Cynthia Carter couldn’t get a date to her town’s Valentine’s dance and has just been stood up in the worst way.  A blind date scuttled off after pretending to be called away, … Continue reading

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Saleslady

I gasped when I first saw Saleslady.  Department store novels are fascinating, and department store romances are a sub-genre I have been searching for over the years.  I had been looking intermittently for Saleslady by Harold Morrow for about a year and … Continue reading

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High Hat

Recently, I heard from a very good source that radio-themed romances appeal perhaps exclusively to a dwindling aging audience.  This is very likely true, but in my humble opinion these romances are equally as fabulous, if not more so, than … Continue reading

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Recycled Cover Art, Round Four!

The good news is that I have a working draft of an upcoming book review for a really neat book.  The bad news is that said draft is in dire need of serious editing, and in a few hours the … Continue reading

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One Girl Found

Finally!  Here it is, the book that may have taken me longer to read than it did for Mr. Andrews to write.  I wonder if he too got caught on chapter eighteen for four months.  Somehow I doubt it. But … Continue reading

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Three Girls Lost

One of my favorite vintage romance plot lines I collect is, “small town girl moves to big city.”  I prefer my novels to have a heroine who moves to a big city to pursue a career such as dancer, artist, … Continue reading

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