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My New Historical Romance and the Very Unique Kira–Beth Trissel

The Rugged Alleghenies, A White Warrior, Beautiful Scots-Irish Healer, Unrequited Love—Requited, Charges of Witchcraft, Vindictive Ghost, Lost Treasure, Murderous Thieves, Deadly Pursuit, Hangman’s Noose Waiting…Kira, Daughter of the Moon 1765––The recent Indian wars are over (for now) and an uneasy … Continue reading

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Release Day and the Story Behind Historical Romance Novel, Kira, Daughter of the Moon–Beth Trissel

Many stories lie at the heart of Kira, Daughter of the Moon, but the beginning emerged while I was writing Through the Fire, my award-winning historical romance novel with a The Last of the Mohican’s flavor. I hadn’t planned a sequel to Through … Continue reading

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A Scots-Irish Healer in the Alleghenies Finds Herself Accused of Witchcraft–Beth Trissel

Can she entrust her future to him, or will fear keep her locked in the past? 1765—Full-blown spring has finally come to the hazy ridges of the Allegheny Mountains and the clannish Scots-Irish settled here can relax a bit. The recent … Continue reading

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Fear of Witches in Colonial America and Today–Beth Trissel

My fascination with the supernatural, whether real or imagined, played an important role in my new historical romance novel, Kira, Daughter of the Moon. Murmurings against the unusual, young Scots-Irishwoman, Kira McClure, grow into accusations of witchcraft. Never a good … Continue reading

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