Once Upon a Page, my latest sweet historical romance, is on sale for a very limited for only $0.99. Get your copy today before it goes back to the regular price of $4.99 on November 11, 2017! Visit the book page for buy links.
Once Upon a Page is Now Available in Paperback You can order your copy exclusively at Amazon. About the Book The most dangerous thing a lady can possess is a profession. Ten years ago, Penelope Paiget promised she’d wait for Samuel Black. But ten years ago, she was only a genteel impoverished paid companion, forced… more
London March 1833 The day began much as any other day. With murder, of course. From The Adventures of Miss Melanie Merkett, Private Inquisitor Penelope Paiget was skilled at a great many things. Hiding dead bodies was not one of them. She had returned to Wickshire Place at half six that morning as was her… more
Once Upon a Page A Shadowing London Book Coming September 2017 The most dangerous thing a lady can possess is a profession. Ten years ago, Penelope Paiget promised she’d wait for Samuel Black. But ten years ago, she was only a genteel impoverished paid companion, forced into service after her father’s death revealed his insurmountable… 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
It’s coming! Sam and Penelope’s story is speedily coming along and will be available this fall. Once Upon a Page is the first book in the new Shadowing London Series, which takes place at the conclusion of the Spy Series Short Stories. Haven’t read the short stories? Here they are in order so you can… 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