Highlighting Historical: Lindsay Downs

Lindsay Downs visits today to talk about how his newest release came to be. (and I love the cover) _________________________________________________ To fully understand A Highland Romance you, my reader, you might return to the first novella in the series, The Masked Lady and The Murder, released in  2014 then delve into Highland Gold, released in […]

Highlighting Historical Romance: Nicole Zoltack

The year is 1811. King George III is deemed unfit to rule. His son, the Prince of Wales, now rules as Prince Regent until his father’s death in 1820. This time period is known as the Regency. But what if King George III had never gone mad? What if he lived until a ripe old […]

The End

Is it a spoiler to tell you they lived happily ever after? In the final chapter I wrote this description: His eyes fixated on the bride who wore a gown of copper colored lace, some exotic shade Rand had never seen, one that complemented her skin and eyes perfectly.  So what might that actually look […]

Highlighting Historical Romance: Jessica Cale

Today we sit down for a cozy chat with Jessica Cale, author of some outstanding romances set in during the English Restoration. Be sure to read down and enter her Rafflecopter giveaway, too. Did you base your characters on real people? Yes and no. Alice and Jack developed naturally throughout the series, and they are […]

Monday Motivations: Winter

I know, I know. That’s an odd one for a motivator. A friend just said temps below freezing and snow make for a good day to finish her edits.  I say grey skies, threatening snow, and sub zero wind chills make the world an unpleasant place. I can a)get depressed or b) slip into my […]

Highlighting Historical Fiction: Maggie Mundy

Regular readers will note that I try to highlight a different writer of historical fiction every Thursday.  Yes, I know, I’m late this week. I have no excuse, tender readers except, well February. I’m having a hard time remembering what day of the week it is! Today Maggy Mundy  brings some interesting thoughts on grim […]