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Early American Christmas Cards and A Colonial Christmas Romance

Ever wonder about the history of Christmas Cards in America? Here’s what I found. From Something Olde: Christmas Card History “In the late 1700’s merchants sent their customers best wishes for the new year. The cards were created on lithographs … Continue reading

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Story Gems at Bargain Prices For Your eReader

Tinker, tailor, soldier, spy…well, Warrior, Lady, Soldier, Frontiersman, the Scots-Irish, a Bearwalker, Ghosts, time travel, and a Colonial American Christmas…an eclectic mix of romances long and short for 1.99 and under. Load up those kindles.  Nooks?  Yep.  Most of these titles are … Continue reading

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A Warrior for Christmas To Be An Audio Book!

I’m psyched! The Wild Rose Press published this historical romance and are proceeding with a proposal to make it into an audio book. However, I don’t know when the story will be released in this form. Meanwhile, A Warrior For Christmas is … Continue reading

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For the Holidays–Historical Romance A Warrior for Christmas!

One unique feature of this story is that Dimity Scott is deaf from scarlet fever and the setting is colonial America. Another unusual twist, former Shawnee captive and white warrior, Corwin Whitfield, would rather return to his adopted people and … 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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Ghostly American Christmas Romance–Beth Trissel

Fascinated by ghosts, who me?Well, a bit, I confess.  Thus the reason they appear here and there in various of my books.  A standout ghost stars in  my vintage American Christmas Romance Somewhere the Bells Ring. The ghosts in my stories … Continue reading

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The History of Christmas Cards in Early America–Beth Trissel

Ever wonder about the history of Christmas Cards in America? Here’s what I found. From Something Olde: Christmas Card History “In the late 1700’s merchants sent their customers best wishes for the new year. The cards were created on lithographs … Continue reading

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