Success! Yet the Work Goes On

Launch week for Storm & Shelter flew by. You may remember last week I reported a fairly grueling weekend leading up to launch day. The pace continued. On launch day, we celebrated with a blog hop–a set of posts linked together in a circle—in which our characters lament the presence of a snooping Teatime Tatter […]

The Seacoast is Flooded

I travel. Sometimes I travel by boat, plane, or automobile. Sometimes I travel by book. I spent this week exploring England’s east coast by ship through crashing waves and powerful winds, and attempting to reach Great Yarmouth by carriage over flooded roads. I was finally forced to put in at the Queen’s Barque in Fenwick […]

Big Doings This Week

A writer’s work is never done–even when she struggles to get to the writing of books. In 48 hours at the end of last week I published two blogs, scheduled a third, put out my newsletter, and partied with the Bluestocking Belles on Facebook for two hours. All that and I didn’t even get to […]

Naval Operations at Great Yarmouth

Highlighting the history behind the fiction with Rue Allyn and her research into the Office of Ordnance. Caroline, my thanks to you personally and your followers for the opportunity to share an obscure bit of English history about The Office of Ordnance—the organization responsible for arming the British Navy during the Napoleonic wars. It was […]

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 […]