Tag Archive: Scotland

Mar 21

Highland Betrayal

I’m pleased to announce that Highland Betrayal is now available for pre-order at 99 cents. This bargain price will only be available until release day. The impetus for this tale came from the true story of the rescue of Scotland’s Crown Jewels from Oliver Cromwell’s clutches. After the execution of King Charles I, Cromwell destroyed the English …

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Dec 19

Passion’s Fire Release Day

I love this story! It’s a satisfying shorter read for the busy holiday season. Blurb: The stone’s legacy is inescapable. Those who inherit will be consumed by fire. Matthew de Rowenne thirsts to rise in the ranks of Norman nobility, but King Henry II seems intent on sending him to quell a rebellion in Scotland …

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Jul 06

Get to Know Sharron Gunn (Sheila Currie)

I am pleased today to welcome my colleague and friend, Sharron Gunn who writes as Sheila Currie. Where were you born? I was born in Moncton, N B—hub of the universe according to the locals. What do you like most about where you live now? I live on Vancouver Island because of the weather! So …

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Apr 20

Get To Know Marie Laval

  Please join me in welcoming Marie Laval.  Thank you very much for welcoming me on your blog today. I am delighted to answer your questions and have this wonderful opportunity to talk about my latest release, SWORD DANCE, Book 3 in my historical romance trilogy DANCING FOR THE DEVIL.  Where were you born, Marie? I …

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Mar 25

Kilchurn Castle by Amy Jarecki

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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Dec 17

Eliza Knight’s Scottish Adventure

It’s a treat to welcome Eliza Knight to my blog. Hello everyone! And many thanks to Anna for inviting me to blog with you today. I write Scottish romance in several different time periods—ancient Scotland, the Braveheart era and the 16th century. I’ve been lucky enough to travel to Scotland the past two years to …

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