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In Blind Tribute, Harry Wentworth’s relationships in Lincoln’s cabinet are clearly defined, but with the president himself, it is implied on several occasions that the two men do not see eye to eye. This, in fact, has nothing to do with slavery or the war itself, but rather Lincoln’s fairly despotic actions toward the free… more
Today I welcome fellow historical romance author, Brenda B. Taylor, to talk about researching her latest release, A Highland Emerald. Researching A Highland Emerald After retirement I became interested in genealogical research and began researching family ancestry. The lives of my ancestors grabbed my interest and curiosity. I researched and traveled to their homelands then… more
Today I welcome women’s fiction author, Constance Walker, to the blog to talk about her latest release, Storytime at the Villa Maria. About Storytime at the Villa Maria Although none of the characters in Storytime at the Villa Maria are real people, I have to admit they’re bits and pieces of persons I’ve known and… more
I won the library jackpost this week! I’d been on the waiting list for a couple of books for a while, and I did the Snoopy happy dance when an email popped up saying my copies were ready. The Bourbon Kings by J.R. Ward I love J.R. Ward’s take-no-prisoners style of writing. She is completely… more
Oh my dog, peeps, such a good week in reading land! I insist that you add each of these books to your TBR pile. Stowaway by Karen Hesse Huge shout out to the tweenager nephew on this one. He kept at me to read it for like a year, and I am so glad I… more
It’s been a while since I shared what I’m reading and that’s mostly because I’m reading books for the RITA awards! And we can’t share what those are. So… While I’m slaving away at these delicious RITA entries, I also wrapped my work in progress a week ago and must wait three weeks before beginning… more
When I was 18, I got email. To be specific, my brother installed Microsoft Outlook on the Dell laptop I bought with the money I received from my high school graduation. I was so excited to get that laptop, because before then, I was writing my books on a Brother word processor. No offense to… more