Author’s Blog

Off to the Harvest Festival

This week I rambled off to the village of Reabridge on time for their Harvest Festival. Much excitement rocked the village when soldiers began returning from the continent and the horrors of Waterloo. Couples have inevitably formed romantic unions, but not without problems as it is to be expected. Many whispers surround the existence of […]

Healing and the Wounds of War

For WIP Wednesday! A physician, Adam Wagner is meant to save lives, not take them, but war called, and the ones he could not save haunt him. His visions and nightmares after Waterloo won’t stop and the horror of it keeps him from Meg Barlow. He was close to proposing before he left. Now he […]

Life is good!

We have new books to celebrate. While I have been absent from this blog, Duke in Name Only went live and got some much deserved attention on Facebook. The early reviews are terrific. This is an exciting story filled with adventure, danger, discovery, and romance…that holds your attention start to finish with a happy ending […]

Joining the Army in Portugal

This week I took ship and rambled to Portugal with Dorothea O’Toole who has recently wed to a colonel. The lives of the camp followers were, well, appalling in some ways. Yet those women are as cheerful as they are tough. They contribute heroically to the well-being of the troops without compensation and little respect. […]

A Ridiculous Idea

Jeffrey Graham leads a contented life a merchant seaman, owner, in fact, of a fleet of ships. His life is comfortable indeed. He is inclined to disdain England’s landed aristocrats with their inherited wealth. He has just concluded a pleasant house party, one organized to facilitate his pursuit of the Honorable Gemma Burke, daughter of […]