Tag Archive: historical romance

Dec 31

Lucky Black Irish Cat

Do you believe black cats bring luck? I do! Introducing my lucky black Irish bog cat. Ireland’s boglands were home to the cat which was reported to roam near Lough Neagh. It lived on insects and small animals and was said to bring great luck, wealth and happiness to those whose path it crossed. Similar …

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Sep 28

Get To Know Mary Lancaster

Where were you born, Mary? I was born in Glasgow, in south west Scotland. Interesting. My husband has roots in Glasgow. His mother was born in Bathgate. What do you like most about where you live now? It’s quiet and peaceful and two minutes walk from a beautiful beach! I’ve moved around the country a bit, studying …

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Sep 21

Welcome Back Rosemary Morris

It’s a pleasure to welcome Rosemary Morris back to my blog. Where were you born, Rosemary? In Kent, South East England. What do you like most about where you live now? The house is small and easy to take care of, and backs onto a green edged with woodland. What’s your favorite season? Spring when I …

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Aug 03

Get To Know Ruth Kaufman

It’s my pleasure to welcome Ruth Kaufman. Where were you born, Ruth? I’m from Chicago and live there now. I love going to the theatre, and Chicago has amazing options from huge musicals to storefronts where you sit so close to the actors you feel like you’re part of the play. And I love trying some …

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May 23

Emma Prince’s New Release

It’s my pleasure today to feature a new release by my friend and colleague Emma Prince. The Battle of Bannockburn may be over, but the war is far from won. Her Protector… Ansel Sutherland is charged with a mission from King Robert the Bruce to protect the illegitimate son of a powerful English Earl. Though …

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May 11

Get To Know Michele Stegman

It’s my pleasure to welcome Michele Stegman back to my blog. When I was a child, I loved going to my grandparents’ in the country. I said when I grew up I wanted to live in the country in an old house with level floors. A few years after we married, my husband, Ron, and …

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