Month: October 2018

Happy Halloween #Halloween #AllHallowsEve #HappyHalloween #TrickorTreating

On one mystic magic night, Jack O Lanterns glowing bright, kids with bags of candy sweet, roam door to door and street to street, all dressed up for trick or treat! Wizards with wands, pirates with hooks, monsters and clowns with spooky… Read More

Rest of the Year Break #writing #amwriting #amwritingromance #romance #historicalromance

Peace out, blog world! Okay, okay, maybe that was a bit too . . . harsh, full of excitement, eager . . . I really didn’t mean to sound like any of those. Perhaps, it’s the sense of the earth finally giving… Read More

Spooktacular Giveaway Blog Hop #bloghop #giveaway #romance #historicalromance

Welcome to my stop on the “Spooktacular Giveaway Blog Hop” hosted by Bookhounds! So what do I have for you on my stop on the hop? A $10 Amazon Gift Card plus an eBook copy of my novel, A Road Paved in… Read More

Writing Historical Novels, Part Eight: Rules – Personal Beliefs and Authenticity #historicalromance #romance

¬†When I first became obsessed with Outlander, I went online to read some of the reviews on the books. Why, I don’t know, but curiosity always drives me. Perhaps, it’s because I like to see that no matter how much of a… Read More

Writing Historical Novels, Part Seven: Rules – Fact vs Fiction #historicalromance #historical #writing #amwriting

Ask any reader or Google the question: “How important is historical accuracy in a novel?” and for the most part you will get the answer of “very”. It’s true that there are some who believe that authors aren’t teachers. That it’s not… Read More