I blew my baking supplies on a pound cake some weeks back and have been trying to restock ever since!
Take care, love, and be kind!
This is the month the first book in the School of Magic, my new historical romance series, is out! I’d love to hear how you like my Malcolms and Ives as they venture into the Victorian era, with all the exciting new inventions they can put to interesting uses!
It’s our anniversary, so we’re indulging in our new favorite restaurant. We may have to eat beans for a month to make up for it, but it will be worth it!
So, I’m a little late. Happy new year anyway! Have you made your resolutions? I’m resolving to ask more questions and keep my opinions to myself more often. What do you think my chances are? I shared the new covers for the first three books in my new School of Magic historical romance series in … Read more
I’m just back from a river cruise!
I’m still heavily researching my new Victorian Edinburgh series–the School of Malcolms. If you want to see what I’ve been doing, pop over to the Word Wench blog. Here’s a link to my post on Victorian train travel and another on knives and swords. And if you use a computer keyboard, you might want to … Read more
My latest moving experience—hauling my office from downstairs to the upstairs! Enjoy the photo of my—very briefly—neat and orderly office. It will never be that way again! I wrote about it in my newsletter, did you receive one? It also mentioned that CROSSED IN LOVE is free until the end of the September. You can … Read more
I’m on Instagram now! If you’re there, come find me. Should I ever collect my brains again, I’ll post more regularly. Right now, I’m just posting whatever I can squeeze out of my phone. <G> In my newsletter, I had lots of lovely photos of author friends I visited while in NYC, did you receive … Read more
I’m just back from the United Kingdom, having attended the Romance Novelists conference in Yorkshire with several of the Word Wenches, followed by a research trip into Scotland with Mary Jo Putney. I love traveling, but it’s even better when you have the company of someone who understands why it’s necessary to photograph every inch … Read more