The White Cliffs

Highlighting Historical Romance with Sherry Ewing who tells us how she stumbled onto Dover Castle. While doing research for my novella To Love A Scottish Laird that releases today, I went back in time to the years of Henry, the Duke of Normandy who married Eleanor of Aquitaine, and who would take the throne of […]

When is the Book a Book?

On Saturday just after 3 PM, I typed THE END—another book finished! Or was it? It rather begs the question, when is the work finished?  A book is most certainly not finished when the author types “THE END.” First of all, let me explain that I’m what writers call a pantser, someone who writes by […]

Highlighting Historical Romance: Addie Jo Ryleigh

Today we have an interview with Addie Jo Ryleigh author of The Duke’s Temptation. Why do you write historical romance (or historical novels if appropriate)? I fell in love with historical romances when I was still young and impressionable. After that they just stuck with me. It is what my mind gravitated to when I […]