Saturday, January 19, 2019

2019 Fresh Start - on "The Homeplace Saga" stories



2019 Fresh Start - on "The Homeplace Saga" stories




The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with “Back to the Homeplace” set in 1987.



The latest novel in the “Saga” is “Christmas at the Homeplace” which ends in late 1996. 


When we went on “New Story Hiatus” for the holidays at the end of 2018, we had three streams working for our readers:

1. The current new series of stories set in 1997, generally posting on Tuesdays - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)… these stories have continued the “Saga” beyond “Christmas at the Homeplace.”


2. Our newest series of stories back in the 1830s is the Colonel Jake Patton Memoirs… (free, online - mostly weekly, but likely not every week…).

The latest of these was: Jake Patton Memoirs - https://hubpages.com/literature/Jake-Patton-Memoirs-JP3-Jake-Helped-The-Group-Prepare-for-Departure (set in the 1830s). This series builds on earlier short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.

3. Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from ‘The Founding’ of Oak Springs. These have continued through the holidays for Patrons. Join us, today. By joining, you can read each and all of the past postings on ‘The Founding.’ These postings tell the earliest stories of Oak Springs and the people who lived there in the order these events occurred. You are encouraged to comment on each story, ask questions, and get responses. 


BECOME A PATRON… of our creative writing. A great New Year gift to yourself and to us here at “The Homepage Saga” series of family-related, historical fiction stories. Only a dollar a month…new material added weekly, along with the Friday posting of The Founding stories… each only available to Patrons.
Come, join us! ;-)

The Patreon program provides a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? I’ll be spending a little more time here, as we go forward…

We also have discussions about the stories. I hope you will join us in these conversations. 


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Saturday, December 8, 2018

This past week at “The Homeplace Saga” 12-8-2018 With Gift Suggestion





This past week at “The Homeplace Saga”  
12-8-2018




The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.


The current new series of stories in 1997, generally posting on Tuesdays - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)


Our new series back in the 1830s is the Colonel Jake Patton Memoirs… (free, online - mostly weekly, but likely not every week…):


The above two series are now on HOLIDAY HIATUS…will return in perhaps 5 weeks or so. Watch for their return. In the meantime,

BECOME A PATRON… of our creative writing. Great Christmas gift to yourself and to us here at “The Homepage Saga” series of family-related, historical fiction stories. Only a dollar a month…new material added weekly, along with the Friday posting of The Founding stories… each only available to Patrons. Comments always welcomed.
Come, join us! ;-)

We have joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? I’ll be spending a little more time here, as we go forward…

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. 1848 Progress Report, Part 1 of 2, posted Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Sunday, December 2, 2018

This past week at “The Homeplace Saga” 12-2-2018



This past week at “The Homeplace Saga”  
12-2-2018





The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.


The current new series of stories in 1997, generally posting on Tuesdays - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)


Our new series back in the 1830s is the Colonel Jake Patton Memoirs… (free, online - mostly weekly, but likely not every week…):


We have also now joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? I’ll be spending a little more time here, as we go forward…

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. 1843 Progress Report, Part 1 of 2, posted Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Sunday, November 25, 2018

This past week, starting a new series, at “The Homeplace Saga” 11-25-2018




This past week, starting a new series, 
at “The Homeplace Saga”  
11-25-2018





The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.


The current new series of stories in 1997, generally posting on Tuesdays - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)


This week, we began the new series back in the 1830s, the Colonel Jake Patton Memoirs… (free, online - mostly weekly, but likely not every week…):


We have also now joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? I’ll be spending a little more time here, as we go forward…

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. 1843 Progress Report, Part 1 of 2, posted Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Saturday, November 17, 2018

This past week, at “The Homeplace Saga” 11-17-2018



This past week, at “The Homeplace Saga”  
11-17-2018



The original novel in the series-still a great read!


The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.


We had what is now the last of the series of stories in the late 1800s - now early 1900s - in the Bevins Tales… (weekly, free, online)


Next week I will start the Jake Patton Memoirs - from 1833… stop by to check that out…

The current new series of stories in 1997 - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)



We have also now joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? I’ll be spending a little more time here, as we go forward…

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. 1838 Progress Report, Part 1 of 2, posted Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Saturday, November 10, 2018

This past week, at “The Homeplace Saga” 11-10-2018



This past week, at “The Homeplace Saga”  
11-10-2018






The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.


We got back into the weekly routine in the current new series of stories in the late 1800s - now early 1900s) - is the Bevins Tales… (weekly, free, online)


The current new series of stories in 1997 - feature Heather Gates… (weekly, free, online)



We have also now joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? 

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. 1838 Progress Report, Part 1 of 2, posted Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)

Sunday, November 4, 2018

This week at “The Homeplace Saga” 11-03-2018 - New Story Information



This week at “The Homeplace Saga”  
11-03-2018
New Story Information





The Novels in “The Homeplace Saga” began with 1987 and continued through 1996. 

Many of the short stories in “The Saga” go back into the 19th Century, from 1833, sharing the growth of the families in the early days of Oak Springs.

New regular stories are on a two-week hiatus - this has been the second week - to catch recent posts, see: https://hubpages.com/@homeplaceseries

However, New Stories are being added as part of the Patron Program - one will post on Monday. Read on for more information. Join today to be a part of this exciting new adventure in writing and reading…

We have now joined the Patreon program in order to provide a curated (systemized) presentation of our stories and to provide a single content library, over time. Can you support this effort? 

Each Friday, we are posting, for Patrons, the earliest stories from The Founding. Story 4, Part 2 of 2, posted last Friday morning. Join us, today.


I hope you continue to enjoy these stories. If you do, leave a note, here or elsewhere…

Enjoy! ;-)