‘The Royal Treatment’Alaska became a state in 1867. But what if it hadn’t? What if Alaska had become its own country and had its own royal family?
It is, after all, one of the places the United States gets oil from.
Author Mary Janice Davidson took that ‘what if’ idea and made it into a series. Book one is called ‘The Royal Treatment.’ The book is about a woman named Christina, who just lost her job as a cook. With no money and nowhere to go, Christina ends up meeting “Al” and taking up his offer for a place to stay.
What Christina hadn’t realized at first was that Al was actually the king, and he thought that Christina was just the right type of girl for his son, David!
‘The Royal Treatment’ is a romance type of novel. It is well written though, and is very funny.
Christina is a loud-mouthed character who never has a problem speaking her mind — even when what she thinks will probably get her into trouble!
So, I love music, and I love it a lot. I’m primarily a fan of heavier music, as I cannot enjoy “today’s top hits.” But, I still enjoy genres like Indie and Alternative. I attended my first concert on Sept. 24, 2021 in Burlington, Vermont. The artist? Soccer Mommy. Now, I had heard of Soccer […]
Alrighty, I’ve been given the green light to share some more sports news. As always, with all the highlights being praised on the news, I’m here to show you the goofs and wacky stuff that make you wonder “what the hell happened?” — Man, what a wild way to cap off a wild NFL season. […]
Colleges are places of education for people pursuing knowledge and degrees in various different fields of study. But in the shadows, there are people who work around these institutions so that people can continue to further their education successfully in a pleasant setting. Jake Rick is a Castleton University grounds supervisor whose job is to […]
I remember distinctly the first time I was asked what I wanted to go to college for. My 6th grade science teacher posed it to our class (I guess start ‘em young, right?), and of course I had no idea. Probably for a lot of the same reasons as most of my young peers, but […]
I once was a student mentor for Castleton University. Whether it was doing tours for potential new students on accepted students’ day, or texting incoming students in the months leading up to their matriculation, I thoroughly enjoyed passing on my thoughts on why Castleton University was the right choice. I always told them the same […]
Jay Mullen and Austin Crosier sat next to each other, each holding a notebook. Across the room was one of New York’s candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, waiting for one of the recent Castleton University graduates to ask the first question. Not long ago, these two reporters sat together in the media […]