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Favorites Friday - Historical Mystery/Suspense Authors - April 12, 2013

Today I'm introducing the last of my blog's new features -  Favorites Friday - and I've decided to kick it off by providing a listing of some of my favorite historical mystery/suspense authors.  One of my readers, Donna, recently asked me who some of my favorite and/or inspiring historical thriller writers are.  I provided a list on FB, but I also thought it would be nice to post it here, along with a link or two to some of their books and their ... Click Here To Read More >>



WIP Wednesday - MORTAL ARTS Excerpt - April 10, 2013

Another new feature I'm introducing this week is WIP (Work-In-Progress) Wednesday. Every Wednesday I'll share details about one of my upcoming releases.  It may be a writing excerpt, facts about my research, information about my writing process, or even exclusive background information on the characters.  So stop by every Wednesday to find out what I'll be revealing.  And if you've got any questions you'd like answered or topics you would like me to discus... Click Here To Read More >>



MANor Candy Monday - Alnwick Castle - April 8, 2013

I'm introducing a few new features this week.  Today is MANor Candy Monday - a little tongue-in-cheek, I know, but fun.  Every Monday I'll feature a manor or castle from the UK.  We begin with noble and beautiful Alnwick Castle in Alnwick, Northumberland, residence of the Dukes of Northumberland.                                        ... Click Here To Read More >>



Guest Blog - Marci Jefferson - January 3, 2013

As I promised, my friend Marci Jefferson is stopping by today to take part in The Next Big Thing, a game of tag authors all over the internet have been taking part in.  Marci's debut novel, The Duchess of Richmond, releases in early 2014, and she's here to tell us about it. Welcome, Marci! 1) What is the working title of your book? THE DUCHESS OF RICHMOND; A NOVEL OF FRANCES STUART 2) Where did the idea come from?   My love for Stuart history began on a trip to London... Click Here To Read More >>



The Next Big Thing - December 18, 2012

There is a game of tag taking place between authors.  It's called The Next Big Thing, and this week, I'm "it."  The lovely and talented Susanna Calkins tagged me in her blog dated 12/10/12.  Drop by her blog to learn more about her debut A Murder at Rosamund's Gate (releasing April 23, 2013), and her follow-up, From the Charred Remains.  And now it's my turn to run the gauntlet of questions... 1)   What is the working title of your next book? The Anatom... Click Here To Read More >>



Guest Blogging at Between the Sheets - November 30, 2012

The gracious and talented Heather Webb is interviewing me today on her blog, Between the Sheets.  I recently met Ms Heather through a mutual author friend, Marci Jefferson.  And I'm so glad we've connected.  She asks me about the real historical figures behind The Anatomist's Wife, and we discuss marketing techniques. I also want to remind everything that I will be appearing at the Antwerp Public Library in Antwerp, Ohio tomorrow (12/1) morning at 10:30am.&nbs... Click Here To Read More >>



Sisters, Sisters...There were never such devoted sisters. - November 19, 2012

In honor of my sister’s birthday, I decided the perfect topic would of course be – sisters. Whenever I think of sisterhood, several famous families come to mind, but my favorites seem to spring from the pages of Jane Austen. Who doesn’t love the Bennet sisters or the Dashwood sisters, no matter their foibles? Whenever I read Pride and Prejudice, I wish I could step right into the pages, not only to meet Mr. Darcy, but to talk to the Bennet girls – Elizabeth, and sweet Jan... Click Here To Read More >>



Guest Blogging at Murder She Writes - November 16, 2012

I'm guest blogging today at Murder She Writes about my research trip to Scotland, and the sights I visited that inspired some of the settings in The Anatomist's Wife.  My hostess is the amazing Laura Griffin, author of the Tracer romantic suspense series.  Comment for a chance to win a copy of The Anatomist's Wife. The third of my guest entries for Penguin will also be posted on their The Author's Desk blog.  The second entry - Why the Bossy Girl Became a Writer - appea... Click Here To Read More >>



Guest Blogs & Twitter Chats - November 13, 2012

I have lots going on today, including two blog guest posts and a Twitter chat.  First off, I'm blogging about the concept of Sanctuary at The Stiletto Gang.  Special thanks to my hostess, the lovely and talented Joelle Charbonneau. The first of three guest blogs, all posted this week, will appear today at the Penguin Author's Desk.  Stop by and learn about body snatcher, why a bossy girl became a writer, and my Top 5 places I visited in the UK, not neccessarily in that... Click Here To Read More >>



Guest blogging at Unusual Historicals - November 11, 2012

I'm guest blogging at the Unusual Historicals blog today.  Special thanks to my hostess, Lisa Yarde.  Stop by and learn what I liked best about writing The Anatomist's Wife.... Click Here To Read More >>




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