JUST RELEASED! LACE CURTAIN BY JEANNE CHARTERS!
Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold, will be on The Author Show all day Monday, May 9th
Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold, on Writer’s Block Blog Talk Radio LA
Shanty Gold, by Jeanne Charters, is a finalist in the Readers’ Favorite Awards, 2016 Best Historical Novel!
Mary Ickes review of Shanty Gold by Jeanne Charters
Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold, interviews with David Clarke on Different Strokes for Different Folks Blog Talk Radio
A Five Star Fabulous Review for Shanty Gold by Jeanne Charters
Kirkus Review for Shanty Gold by Jeanne Charters
A review of Shanty Gold by Jeanne Charters! What an endorsement!
Racism: The Irish and the Negroes by Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold
What is the meaning behind Jeanne Charters’ novel Shanty Gold?
Do You Believe in Psychics? By Jeanne Charters
So Where Do You Start? by Jeanne Charters author of Shanty Gold
So You Want to Write a novel… By Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold
Turn It Over By Jeanne Charters
Triumph and Tragedy of Cobh By Jeanne Charters
A Boy Named Kam by Jeanne Charters
The Mystery of Mary Boland By Jeanne Charters
The Magic of Ireland By Jeanne Charters
Funny isn’t it? Jeanne Charters … on publishing
“Research: Darling or Demon?” —Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold www.jeannecharters.com
The Irish Banshee by Jeanne Charters
Jeanne Charters, author of Shanty Gold — Irish Humor
Gnarly Conundrum by Jeanne Charters—Immigration, then and now…
Rogue Phoenix Press acquires Shanty Gold, a story strength and perseverance, by Jeanne Charters!
Loiacono Literary Agency welcomes Jeanne Charters and her novel Shanty Gold!
Two LLA authors participating in the Memorial Day Giveaway! Today through Memorial Day!
West Coast of Ireland will visit West Coast of U.S
The New Book Review Q&A with Carolyn Howard Johnson for LLA Authors
Non-Irish Husband – A Must Read
Spirit of my ancestors…
An Interview With a Villain
A Star is Born!
Who Was Mary Boland?
Why A Famine With A Sea Full of Fish?
Medical Arrogance and Ignorance in the mid-19th Century
The Irish and Catholicism
So You Wanna Write a Novel?