Happy New Year from the Harlow Ophelia Jackson
Thank you so much for following the Harlow Ophelia Jackson Mystery series blog. I hope you’ve been enjoying a little peek into the glamorous, yet work-a-day world of my characters Harlow, BB, David, Declan, et al.
The 1920s was a time of fascination and invention. Besides fashion and great music, it gave us Talkies, Transatlantic flight, and refrigerators. Which is why it’s one of my favorite time periods to research and write about, and I’m sure one of yours to read.
Going forward, the Harlow Ophelia Jackson Mystery Blog will be going on a hiatus. I’ve had fun penning a monthly blog, but a girl’s gotta keep a little mystery.
With the links below, you can check out any posts you may have missed from last year. And then please check back periodically to see what we’re up to.
Questions? Comments? Please shoot ‘em my way! Thank you! Here’s to an awesome 2019!
January: Strolling Through the Microfiche https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/01/02/strolling-through-the-microfiche-the-joys-of-research/
February: Staying Hitched Or Not: Love in the 1920s https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/02/11/staying-hitched-or-not-love-in-the-1920s/
March: The Flapper: Modernity in a Satin Slip https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/03/11/the-flapper-modernity-in-a-satin-slip/
April: Cabaret Cards: A Dance with the Devil https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/04/12/cabaret-cards-a-dance-with-the-devil/
May: The Queen of Happiness https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/05/23/the-queen-of-happiness/
June: Summer Break Repost
July: Summer Break Repost
August: Summer Break Repost
September: A House of Mirth https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/09/01/a-house-of-mirth/
October: Fascinating Haberdashery https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/10/15/fascinating-haberdashery/
November: A Literary Outing with Bernice McFadden https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/11/17/a-literary-outing-with-bernice-l-mcfadden/
December: The H Stands for Harlem https://speakingiseasy.wordpress.com/2018/12/16/the-h-stands-for-holidays/