Author’s Blog

Road Trip!

I’m off to Williamsburg, America’s lovely Georgian gem, this morning. Beloved and I are going to take a few days vacation before the start of Romancing Williamsburg, a reader/au8thor retreat, the end of the week. So a few days of romance in the place we honeymooned many moons ago followed by a great time with […]

A Spotlight on Her Cadillac Cowboy

The past and a classic car stand between them. Will he give up the car he treasures, or will she abandon her dreams in order to ride into a loving future? I enjoyed this one folks. Who wouldn’t want to cuddle up with a big strong cowboy who knows how to snuggle and rock a […]

Ten Miles per Station, Seven Stations per Day… and California Secession?

Highlighting Historical Romance with Lizzi Tremayne and the Pony Express Most people have heard of the Pony Express, but did you know it only ran for eighteen months? (and a large percentage of that time it wasn’t running because a large numbers of the stations through Utah were burnt down…) Although it only ran for […]

Swag

Swag. Odd word that. All that promotional material you get at conferences, races, fairs, trade shows, and business meetings—pens, magnets, sticky notes, calendars and so on—with your car dealer’s name, dentist’s address, or running show company’s logo is swag. Writers have to bring their swag as well. When asked to bring my swag, I know […]

On Outlaws

Highlighting Historical Romance with Patricia Preston on that outlaw Frank James. I did a lot of research on the James-Younger gang for Almost an Outlaw and for this blog post I’m sharing the real-life romance of Frank James, Jesse’s older brother, and the love of his life, Ann Ralston. She was a schoolteacher.  A pretty brunette, […]