Apr 15

For the Regency by Wareeze Woodson


It’s my pleasure to welcome Wareeze Woodson. Today, she Travels Back in Time to the popular Regency period. Thank you for inviting me, Anna. Although I adore medieval romance with knights and knaves alike, I write Regency romance at present. Ah, the Regency, where balls, house parties, the theater and all sorts of merry amusements …

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Apr 08

Band of Brothers Medieval Style by Kathryn Le Veque

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A hearty welcome back to my friend and fellow Queen of Medieval Romance, Kathryn Le Veque. Her topic today as she travels back in time is the Timelessness of the Bond of Men. I’m a history buff from way back, and that means mostly with military things. Yes, I know, weird that a woman would appreciate …

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Apr 01



I’m delighted to welcome Elysa Hendricks as my guest today. Happy to be here, Anna. Though there are many more (and probably better) reasons to read western romance, here are my top 10. I’d love to hear what it is about western romance that keeps bringing you back for more. You can reach me via …

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Mar 25

Kilchurn Castle by Amy Jarecki

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It’s a pleasure to welcome one of my fellow Queens of Medieval Romance, the highly acclaimed Amy Jarecki. She travels back in time to give us a tour of Scotland’s Kilchurn Castle. Great to be here, Anna.  One of the most photographed castles in Scotland is Kilchurn at the northern end of Loch Awe. In …

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Mar 18

Boom or Bust by Shirleen Davies

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It’s my pleasure to welcome Shirleen Davies. And it’s my pleasure to be here, Anna. Splendor, Montana, the setting of Wildfire Creek, has an undeniable ability to draw people in and keep them there. Luke and Dax, Rachel, Noah Brandt, Gabe Evans, and of course, Ginny Sorensen, are all transplants drawn to Splendor searching for …

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Mar 11

Standing Stones: Why and What? By Terri Brisbin


Please welcome Terri Brisbin. Her article is about a topic that still fascinates many today. I’m happy to be here, Anna. For centuries, stone circles, burial mounds and cairns, dolmen tombs, henges and standing menhirs have dotted the landscapes of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Most were built during the Neolithic or early Bronze age. …

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