Category Archives: Victorian era

Victorian Springtime Launch of a New Series

I‘ve just written and published a new Victorian romance, Victorian Spring. Victorian Spring is the start of a series I envision featuring Mabel Atwood, a 50-something widow, who is governess to a 13-year-old girl, Natalie Sherwood. But Mabel is not … Continue reading

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New Book

My fourth Love Inspired Historical is out this month. A Gentleman’s Homecoming is set in one of my favorite periods, Victorian England. I delved into the field of engineering for this one. I was interested in all the great projects … Continue reading

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Debut of new Steeple Hill line

It’s kind of exciting to be part of the debut of a new line of fiction, in this case, Steeple Hill’s new series of historicals: Love Inspired Historicals. Their previous Love Inspired lines (Love Inspired contemporaries & Love Inspired Suspense) … Continue reading

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August Fog

August in downeast Maine means fog. I arrived a few days ago to glorious weather. Nowhere are there skies as blue as in Maine. The black-eyed susans are in full bloom, the asters are just starting to come out, a … Continue reading

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