Monthly Archives: February 2012

New Historical Romance–The Lady and the Warrior!

Hot off the presses, Amazon Kindle rather, my new short historical romance,The Lady and the Warrior.  My talented art major graduate daughter, Elise, did the gorgeous cover–her first.  Mom’s proud.  So is her father.  And other friends and relations. A … Continue reading

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“There’s Rosemary That’s for Remembrance. Pray, You Love, Remember.” ~ Hamlet

“There’s rosemary and rue. These keep Seeming and savor all the winter long. Grace and remembrance be to you.” – William Shakespeare I love rosemary both for its scent and wonderful history.  I’m never without at least one modest plant.  … Continue reading

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Sweet Saturday Snippet from Paranormal Romance Somewhere My Lass (New)

From Chapter Five: The sidewalk outside Fergus’ townhouse Mora leaned into Neil’s support. “These police, be they soldiers?” “Yes, in a way.” What were police called in Scotland? Bobbies, or was that only England? Guards, maybe. “Sassenach,” she hissed, a … Continue reading

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“It is never too late to have a happy childhood.” ~Tom Robbins

I already had one happy childhood, but am reliving it through ‘the smalls,’  my grandbabies and young nieces–the crowd I roll with.   Consequently I find myself pondering many things, such as the essence of childhood…which I believe is life…truly giving … Continue reading

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What do Allergies, Herbs, and History All Have in Common?

Me.  Most definitely. Being passionate about the past, I relish a connection to those who’ve gone before us.  I’m fascinated with history and love old homes, historic sites, all that ties us to the richness of bygone ages.  Intrigued with … Continue reading

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Lincoln was the first President to have ‘this’ in the White House

A Cat.  Which gets back to my ‘when the going gets tough, the tough get kittens’ adage.  The going was definitely tough for Lincoln.  And for General Robert E. Lee, who, interestingly enough, also loved cats.   If only love of … Continue reading

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Five Stars & A Top Pick for Historical Romance Into the Lion’s Heart!

From The Romance Reviews: Review: Into the Lion’s Heart Book Reviewed by Erinne “I simply adored INTO THE LION’S HEART by Beth Trissel. I’m not an avid reader of historical romances or even the simply sweet romances, but this tale … Continue reading

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Sweet Saturday Snippet from NA Historical Romance Through the Fire

2009 Publisher’s Weekly BHB Reader’s Choice Best Books The French and Indian War, a Shawnee warrior, an English lady, blood vengeance, deadly pursuit, primal, powerful, passionate… THROUGH THE FIRE At the height of the French and Indian War, a young … Continue reading

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‘Time heals almost everything. Give time, time.’ ~Regina Brett & Other Inspirational Quotes

My daughter Alison reminded me of this excellent quote yesterday:  “If we all threw our problems in a pile and saw everyone else’s, we’d grab ours back.” ~Regina Brett, Author of God Never Blinks *I contemplated what image I might … Continue reading

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Author Jerri Hines with Ghostly Regency Romance Daughter of Deceit

“The murdered do haunt their murderers, I believe. I know that ghosts have wandered on earth. Be with me always — take any form — drive me mad! Only do not leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find … Continue reading

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