Entering a new blog hop, this week. The Weekend Writing Warriors. This week’s excerpt for Weekend Writing Warriors is from my novel Watchmaker’s Heart. A little glimpse at Cora’s first hint of the (possible) new man in our heroine Phoebe’s life. Available on Amazon. “Mortimer,” Cora muttered. Phoebe nodded. “So, to top everything, you’ve… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #1: WATCHMAKER’S HEART #historical #romance #steampunk #8sunday
And for a little light housekeeping… Watchmaker’s Heart is up on Good Reads! If you’d like to add it to your TBR lists, go here. London, 1898: For Miss Phoebe Lockswell, fashionable London tea parties and balls aren’t her style. Instead, she prefers to tinker tirelessly with a clockwork diffuser she’s built from scratch. If… Continue reading Good reads and small update.
Hi again, folks. Today we have an up and coming author to introduce you to. Kevin Henry has released the second in his historical fantasy Amber series and is here to share a little about it. Enjoy. Amber Prelude Amber Gifts Prequel Kevin B. Henry Genre: Fantasy, Time Travel, Science Fiction, and History… Continue reading Amber Prelude by Kevin B. Henry
I’ve another banned one for you. I’ve read this one a while back and while I understand why some might not like it…I don’t agree with banning this series as it has been in some places. Especially on the grounds it got banned on. I take a don’t knock it til you try it approach… Continue reading Banned Book Week–The Subtle Knife by Phillip Pullman
I hope you all are having a lovely day. So far, so good here. It’s *hot*! Well, heck, it’s been hot since March, hasn’t it? That’s what we get down here in ye ole Florida. That and mosquito bites. Yep. I spent yesterday outside helping hubs fix the car and getting bit up. Grrr…. But,… Continue reading Summer solstice news
This is a little short scene/story I wrote during my first Tampa Area Romance Authors meeting back in 2009. It is based on the feel of the stories my father, a Korean War Veteran, told me all my life mixed with a vision of the battles between the Roman army and the Celts, and a… Continue reading Memorial Day–War Hero