I'm a guest today over at Anna Kathryn Lanier's blog as part of her Holiday Cheer Event. I'm sharing my favorite holiday recipe and an excerpt from my new holiday novella, Another Waltz.
Stop by if you have a…
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Happy New Year to all. I'm excited to announce that the prequel to Angel of Windword, Call Me Duchess, was just released by Eternal Press!
The buy link is: http://www.eternalpress.biz/book.php?isbn=9781615722860
It is also available in Amazon Kindle. The paperback will be available in a couple of weeks.
Just wishing everyone at Readers & Writers of Distinctive Fiction a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!
"THE STRENGTH TO TRIUMPH OVER AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE WITH HONOR, DECENCY, AND COURAGE!"
John Ulysses Martin had a dream at the age of ten and he finally had the opportunity to fulfill that…Continue
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Grippingly suspenseful and romantic, CALL ME DUCHESS, is a stunning, young woman’s journey to find love in 1870 London while a dashingly handsome chaperone, a heinous villain, and her own lofty aspirations stand in her way. Left penniless by their father, Marguerite Wiggins and her sisters must find husbands during the London season or work as governesses by season’s end.
Determined to become the next Duchess of Wallingford,…
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Because you’re burning up with stories and ideas you just have to get down on paper (virtual paper these days) or you’ll go mad–probably are a bit crazy anyway. I have this theory about writers, those who are on medication and those who should be. I am, but wasn’t for years.
Mysterious old homes, shrouded mountains and valleys hidden between misty ridges; the lure of Eastern Woodland Indians and Scots-Irish settlers in colonial American…this is what I know, what I love. But in writing Enemy of the King, I spread beyond my Virginia home base and journeyed into the Carolinas at the height of the Revolution. Enemy of the King is my version of The Patriot with flavors of Daphne Dumaurier’s Rebecca.
Stone lions the size of wolfhounds sat on either side of the imposing front door as if to devour unwanted guests. Perhaps Jeremiah enjoyed their significance. He seldom entertained and seemed happier seated astride a horse than in the company of most ladies and gentlemen. He turned the marble knob and led Meriwether out onto the crescent-shaped balcony. He leaned momentarily on the iron railing. “Feel that… Continue
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