Monthly Archive: May 2012

May 12

Chivalry Is NOT Dead!

Chivalry is not dead. At least not in Canada! Vincent Gabriel Kirouac is six weeks into a cross-Canada journey, and he does it the medieval way – atop a horse, in full knightly regalia. It can get hot under a helmet on sunny days. His purpose? To prove that chivalry is not dead. And, to …

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May 10

Three of My Favourite Hunks

I have a soft spot for three actors who are unfortunately no longer with us. All easy on the eye! Here is Yul Brynner in The Ten Commandments. I liked him best in the movie Taras Bulba, but he didn’t take off his shirt in that film! He was born Yuliy Borisovich Bryner in 1920 …

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May 08

USE IT OR LOSE IT! by Mimi Barbour

Use it or lose it! As retirement approached that old saying kept reverberating, haunting me. I worried that there wasn’t heaps of brainpower left to take any chances on losing even a little bit. So I decided the answer was to keep busy, get involved and learn something new. I tried ceramics and stain glass, …

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May 07

FREE PAR-TAY is ON

I am excited to be part of the latest FREE Par-tay for May 7th to 9th. The Kindle version of my book, Conquering Passion will be FREE, along with dozens of others, all genres. Visit the FREE Par-tay website for a complete list. Happy Reading!

May 02

INCORPORATING LEGENDS AND MYTHS IN MEDIEVAL NOVELS by Vijaya Schartz

It’s my pleasure to welcome award-winning author Vijaya Schartz to my blog today. The Curse of the Lost Isle seriesproved difficult to place with a publisher, because of the number of genres it represented. It was not just historical, but medieval. It was romantic but had too much action and battle scenes to qualify as …

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