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(published on 01/04/2016)

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Amanda Quick  

  

  
Amanda Quick, pseudonym of Jayne Ann Krentz, née Jayne Castle was born March 28, 1948 in Cobb, California, United States. She and her two brothers were raised by their mother, Alberta, in Borrego Springs for the first decade of Jayne's life. She is an American writer of romance novels. Krentz is the author of a string of New York Times bestsellers under seven different pseudonyms. Now, she only uses three names. Under her married name she writes contemporary romantic-suspense. She uses Amanda Quick for her novels of historical romantic-suspense. She uses her maiden name for futuristic/paranormal romantic-suspense writing.
While working at Duke University, Krentz began writing stories her way, combining elements of romance novels with paranormal twists. For six years she wrote and mailed proposals for new novels, consistently receiving rejection letters.   She claims to have tried to stop writing several times during that period, but that it became a "compulsion".   Krentz continued writing, and, in 1979, she sold her first novel, Gentle Pirate.[1] That novel and several that followed were published within various category romance lines, as that was the only method in which contemporary romance was published. 
Over 35 million copies of Krentz's novels are in print. With Sweet Starfire, she created the futuristic romance subgenre, and further expanded the boundaries of the genre in 1996 with Amaryllis, the first paranormal futuristic romantic suspense novel. She is an outspoken advocate for the romance genre and has been the recipient of the Susan Koppelman Award for Feminist Studies.                 
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(published on 06/01/2018)

Movie Afternoon

(published on 06/01/2018)

Portal of Texas History

The Portal of Texas History has started to upload AP Progress newspapers (1935-1945). The following link will take you to the site. 

https://texashistory.unt.edu/explore/collections/TFG/browse/?fq=dc_type%3Atext_newspaper&fq=str_location_county%3ASan+Patricio+County%2C+TX&fq=str_title_serial%3AAransas+Pass+Progress


(published on 11/04/2016)

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