Tag Archives: France

Christmas in the Trenches

One of my all time favorite musicians  is the vastly talented, mufti-faceted folk singer John McCutcheon.  I’ve attended John’s performances when he’s in the Shenandoah Valley ever since my children were small and he had brown hair.  🙂  My older … Continue reading

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Interrupting My Regularly Scheduled Program (Blog Hop) to Share a Super Review

Reviewed by Lynn F. for Readers Favorite Into The Lions Heart by Beth Trissel is a historical romance novelette that is sure to delight the fancy of those who read this genre. The story revolves around three main characters: Captain Dalton … Continue reading

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My British Heritage and Historical Romance Into the Lion’s Heart

The connection I feel to the past and those who’ve gone before me is the ongoing inspiration behind my historical romances, including the time travels in my ‘Somewhere’ series.  I’ve done a great deal of research into family genealogy and … Continue reading

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Sweet Saturday Sample from My New Historical Romance

Into The Lion’s Heart kicks off the new historical romance line by The Wild Rose Press called Love Letters and is available in various digital formats to suit any eReader.  This story has a sweet rating.  The idea behind Love Letters is … Continue reading

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My New English Historical Romance and The French Revolution

My fascination with the past and those who have gone before us is the ongoing inspiration behind my work.  With my first English historical romance, Into the Lion’s Heart, I more deeply explored my British heritage.  Set in 1789 England, … Continue reading

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The Affair of the Necklace

‘Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.’ ~ Sir Walter Scott I recently watched, on Netflix, of course, The Affair of the Necklace.  The movie came out ten years ago, but I’m rarely current with … Continue reading

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