Monthly Archives: November 2012

Ghostly Time Travel Romance Novel Somewhere My Love Relaunched!–Beth Trissel

If you haven’t read Somewhere My Love, and even if you have, here’s your chance to get the revised improved version of my award-winning paranormal romance novel for only .99 in kindle. Somewhere My Love is Book One of my Somewhere In Time series. More … Continue reading

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Hauntingly Beautiful Christmas Romance–Beth Trissel

My ghostly Christmas romance novella, Somewhere the Bells Ring, is on sale for .99 in kindle and nookbook through the end of December, so get one for yourself and your friends and relations. Everybody needs at least two. Well, maybe not that many, but you get … Continue reading

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In The Presence of Angels–Beth Trissel

When my friend, Liz, was a child and very ill she says she awoke from a fevered sleep to find an angel seated at the edge of her bed.  Its face was human-like but the features were more angular than ours and … Continue reading

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New Sweet Saturday Snippet from Historical Romance Kira, Daughter of the Moon–Beth Trissel

‘A beautiful Scots-Irish healer in the rugged Alleghenies finds herself accused of witchcraft. With the terror of the French and Indian War fresh in her mind, can Kira love a white warrior?’ Excerpt: God help her, she could die of … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season for Rosemary–Beth Trissel

“There’s rosemary that’s for remembrance. Pray, you love, remember.” ~ Hamlet Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs, mostly just because. I rarely cook with it, but love its scent and the wealth of history behind it. Known as the herb of remembrance from … Continue reading

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“Hem Your Blessings With Thankfulness So They Don’t Unravel.” –Beth Trissel

“There is one day that is ours. Thanksgiving Day is the one day that is purely American.” ~O. Henry  With a daughter working in retail at a major store, and fellow employees now referring to Thanksgiving as ‘Gray Thursday‘, she and … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Old Homes and Actual Site of the First Thanksgiving–Beth Trissel

While doing research for the sequel to my historical romance novel Enemy of the King (postponed after the idea for Somewhere My Love came to me) my mother and I toured several of the lovely old James River plantations.  Two of these, Berkeley and Shirley, most … Continue reading

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