holidays

Victorian dating rituals

As usual, I’m late offering this holiday themed post. I have an excuse. Same as ever, I was researching Victorian dating rituals for a new work-in-progress. 🙂  A romance. (Yes, my historical romance readers, one is coming… slowly.) That counts as time well-spent on Valentine’s day, right? 🙂

Victorian dating rituals

And for something a little bit fun….Victorian dating rituals. (That I picked up from these articles here and here)

So here’s some of what a Victorian gentleman would have to go through if he wanted to date, er, court, a young lady: Read More »Victorian dating rituals

Winter-time, business, and about that newest release

Not saying we have it as bad as those of you getting snowed on but WOW did the temps drop this weekend! (And we’re already–slightly–warming back up).

And I finally got  Draft2Digital figured out. Their support was wonderful. 🙂 So if you’re an indie author and looking for a way to go “wide” I’d say give them a try.

Also, For those of you who don’t know, this worked well for my  new freebie short story ( No Such Thing as Dasher. ) Which, if you don’t know about it, its synopsis is as follows:Read More »Winter-time, business, and about that newest release

Clean Indie Reads Christmas in July eBook Sale

There’s a special sale going on right now via the
Clean Indie Reads Christmas in July eBook Sale:

To quote their marketing:

 “It’s mid-summer and most people are thinking of the beach, baseball, barbecues, and family fun. Christmas, most likely, is not a high priority. Unless you’re a reader who melts at the end of  a romantic Christmas story or a heartwarming holiday tale. If that’s you, any time’s a great time to pick up a stack of Christmas reads, and I’ve got a bunch of them right here. The Clean Indie Reads Christmas in July eBook Sale offers 15 titles in a variety of genres – novels, novelettes, short stories, mysteries, and sweet and paranormal romance – sale-priced from FREE to 2.99. Stock up to read on vacation or save them for the holiday season. ”