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Writing Across Genres–Beth Trissel

Many authors wisely choose a genre and stick with it. Most historical romance authors master a specific time period, such as Regency England, and set up camp. They learn the drill and can summon appropriate dress, manners, transport…without a second … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and A Very Special Song

I love the Christmas music by Mannheim Steamroller and their Christmas Lullaby is so beautiful….the music takes me back to Christmas’s long ago and is part of the inspiration behind my recent holiday release Somewhere the Bells Ring.  This song, … Continue reading

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Super Review for Somewhere the Bells Ring!

From Romancing the Book: For the full review please visit their site. “Ms. Trissel captivates her reader from the moment you start reading the first page. She has written a compelling love story that spans some fifty plus years and … Continue reading

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Sweet Saturday Snippet from Historical Romance A Warrior for Christmas

Chapter One, December 1764, An estate outside Philadelphia Blinking against wind-driven sleet, Corwin Whitfield followed the stout man through the front door of the massive stone house, far larger than he’d imagined. A dozen cabins or Indian lodges put together … Continue reading

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