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A Fortune in Pearls

When Kate escapes from her brother, she takes with her a pearl necklace, her inheritance from her mother. With this, she hopes to be able to establish herself in some sort of business. Now, this may sound unrealistic in this day and age. After all, you can buy a pearl necklace for less than a […]

The Valentine Hop

  Thanks for participating in the Valentine Hop! The Grand Prize winner is Traci Bell ♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥¸.•*´*❣️**•.¸♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥ The  winner of the prize for this stop on the HOP is Diana Aden. She elected to receive Fire& Frost ♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥¸.•*´*❣️**•.¸♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥   My story will remain here.   ♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥¸.•*´*❣️**•.¸♥¸.•*´💖 *•.¸♥ Patience Abney and The […]

Valentine’s Day Approaches!

Monday! And this will be a busy one. I’m about to plunge into a busy week. On Wednesday a promotional opportunity from Soul Mate authors begins. Click here to check it out. A more exciting one (with a big prize!) It will take place on Valentine’s Day only… but on a spinning globe a day […]

Inspiration in Long Eddy

Highlighting Historical Romance with Jean Joachim on traveling and writing in colonial New York I spend my summers in Sullivan County, New York – in the Catskill Mountains. One summer, I read a newspaper article about the old boarding houses that sprang up in Long Eddy during the logging heydays of the county – back […]

How to Be a Debutante

Highlighting the facts behind historical romance with Amanda McCabe on the process—and ordeal—of being presented at court. One of the fun things I researched for His Unlikely Duchess (and for “The Dollar Duchesses” series in general!) was the process of being an “official” debutante at the royal court of the nineteenth century.  It was a […]