Tag Archives: Geoffrey Chaucer

The Vital Importance of the Storytellers–Beth Trissel

“I come from a family of great readers and storytellers.” Katherine Dunn So do I, and I’ve given much thought to the inestimable value of the storytellers, both in the family and those with a far broader reach. In each generation, … Continue reading

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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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For the Love of Roses Quotes and Pics

“You are responsible, forever, for what you have tamed. You are responsible for your rose.” ~Antoine de Saint-Exupery *Pics by my daughter Elise This  cold January day makes me yearn for roses, the wonderfully scented varieties that bloom in the garden on … 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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My First English Historical Romance

Due out sometime early summer, Into the Lion’s Heart will open the new series The Wild Rose Press is debuting called Love Letters.  Authors were invited to participate and my story will launch the series, so I’m doubly honored.  The premise behind this … Continue reading

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