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.
Another ‘just for fun’ quiz. These are off the top of my head, so should be easily known. I did thrown in a few toughies just to see who else is a pathetic P&P geek like me! 1. What actors
There are certain people one meets during their lifetime who instantly impact, and then leave an indelible stamp upon your mind. Carolyn Brown is one such person. Dubbed the “Hell Ya!” cowgirl at the 2010 RWA (image to right), Carolyn’s
Pirates and assorted rogues are taking over my blog, so it appears. Sexy Highlanders sauntered in on Wednesday — Terry Spear’s POST HERE — prior to that my guests Shana Galen and Katherine Bone invited their bad boys of the
Another guest author Wednesday is here (Where has the week gone?!) and my dear friend Terry Spear is with us. Yippee!! Terry is one of my “old” author friends, both of us getting started with Sourcebooks at about the same
My guest today is the beautiful Shana Galen. And I mean that literally. Just look at her! I’ve met Shana and can attest that the pic below is not doctored. LOL! Best of all, Shana is as lovely inside as
Most of my novels are set during the first two decades of the 1800s. That era is roughly referred to as the “Regency” due to the nine-year rule of the Prince of Wales as Regent while his father King George III
I am an unabashed fan of the 2005 Joe Wright movie version of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. This movie was my introduction to Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, and all the others, so without a doubt this colors my opinion.