You aren’t on Pinterest? OMG! You are missing all the fun! I confess to being addicted — just a bit — and suspect most of you are too. I currently have 51 boards on topics ranging from historical to fashion
The concept of dining away from home is now so engrained and advanced that we drive up to tiny windows for our food. For many a night of “fine dining” is hitting the Cracker Barrel or Applebees! Luxury dining to the
Time for some more Literary Pets! The previous post – FOUND HERE – shared four animal pictures with humorous taglines. This time I thought it would be fun to post cute dog and cat literary poses without taglines so that you,
Another new addition to my Novel and Movie Image Gallery: the Darcy Saga Characters. Once again turning to Google and especially Pinterest for the wealth of copyright-free portrait paintings of people from the past, I have carefully chosen someone for
Let’s lift our hands and welcome Victoria Vane with a rousing round of applause! Whoot! I LOVE hosting my fabulous author pals on the blog. Today I feel as if I am opening my blog doors to two authors rather than
Pick up a Regency Era novel by any author and there is a high probability that before reaching the end Almack’s Assembly in London will be mentioned at least once. While this may appear to be gratuitous name tossing, the truth
I have long since accepted the twist of fate that brought me to the world of romance and Jane Austen, and learned to laugh at the irony that this life-long reader of fantasy and sci-fi is now writing sappy stories
Guest Author Wednesday and the adorable, delightful Kendra Leigh Castle is in the house! Another one of my long-time author pals, Kendra and I “met” as fellow Sourcebooks writers on the Casablanca blog. An instant friendship was forged.
Indeed I have been busy with all sorts of creative activities. In between writing my next book I became obsessed with updating the galleries for my novels. Oh fun! For those who may not be aware, long ago when I
“O true Apothecary! Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die.” Romeo in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Apothecaries have existed in every culture through the ages. Thousands of years of herbal knowledge and experimentation aided the healers within the society.