Highlighting Historical Romance with Saralee Etter who would invite a composer to dinner if she could. If I were to give a dinner party, famous composer Sir Arthur Sullivan would be right at the top of my guest list. He’s best known as the musical half of Gilbert & Sullivan, the duo who revolutionized musical […]
No work this week. By the time you read this we’ll be at the seashore. We often celebrate our anniversary at Cape May. This year it is 5-0. the big golden one. We’ll be gone all week. We’ll be walking, relaxing, and staring at the waves. But first, coffee!
Highlighting Historical Romance with Rue Allyn and her tales of the beguines. In the middle ages, a nun was a religious female member of the church who took solemn vows. A Beguine is also a religious female who took solemn vows. What’s the difference? Beguines were not members of any church sanctioned group. A Beguine, […]
I had bit of excitement this week. Christmas Hope has gone to the editor for its final edit, and over the weekend I revealed the cover to the world. I did my last clean up of the file last week and almost shed a wee tear. I do love the story. How do you like […]
Stories inspire our souls for sure. They also heal our minds and I suspect, bodies as well. I’ve always said a good book is my drug of choice and I’m not exaggerating. I have no verifiable proof, of course, but my experience tells me I’m on to something. Under stress, feeling bad, going through a […]