Category Archives: historical fiction

I’VE BEEN JUMPING UP AND DOWN ALL DAY!!!!!

I should probably stop freaking out over this but, I FINALLY DID IT!!!! You can find both my books in the Kindle Bookstore !!!! The Bewitching Hour and The Devil’s Own Luck are Regency Romances. If you’re not familiar with the Regency … Continue reading

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It’s Thursday! Time to Light Up the Blogosphere 8/9/2012

I’ve spent the past couple of weeks a tiny bit stressed. There’s a lot to do when you self-publish (as well as publish traditionally) two novels at once and it all seems to pile up at the end. Especially when you decide to start second-guessing yourself. … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Own Luck

If you read my last blog you know that I’ve written a couple of Regency Romances. The Devil’s Own Luck is a sequel to The Bewitching Hour. I’ve posted the first few pages. Hope you like it! Prologue  France 1812, Ten … Continue reading

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The Bewitching Hour

I have a confession to make. I’ve written a couple of Romances. Not just Romances, but Regency Romances. If you’re not familiar with the Regency Era in England (1811-1820)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Regency just know that society was expected to offer tea to everyone who came to … Continue reading

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The Happy Dance and What I’ve Been Reading…

After a couple of weeks of not having a working computer, I’m doing the happy dance of a woman who now owns a Gateway 1.5TB hard drive, 8G memory, Windows Home Premium 64 bit, desk top computer with a 2 year warranty. It’s a lot … Continue reading

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That Competitive Spirit And Why I Currently Suck As A Writer

I couldn’t tell you why, but I think the rowing machine (also known as an ergometer or erg for short) is the coolest thing ever. It seems that not that many patrons of the gym I use share my view as most of … Continue reading

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Tasteless Lightbulb Ta-ta’s and Free E-Books!

My father-in-law, who had a rather bawdy sense of humor, brought this lady home after vacationing in Hawaii during the late fifties. It was one of the things that my husband insisted we keep from my Adventures in Hoarding  experience. I wasn’t thrilled at first. She’s a little over-the-top … Continue reading

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