Wow–this Christmas season has been a bit of a whirlwind. Over the last 24 days of the Winter Blog Hop, we’ve seen new books and Christmas traditions, cat-butt coasters and ornaments, cookies and mince pies, buxom snow-women and silver bells. It’s been a blast and I thank all of my guests and my readers for joining me. Read More
Winter Blog Hop Day 19 – Happy Book Birthday to Me!
Today on the hop I’m featuring yours truly. 🙂 Today is release day for my third book, Tempting Mr. Jordan. I really love this book, which tells the story of Julia Tenwick (Jonathan’s little sister from Stirring Up the Viscount, all grown up). I hope you like it too! (And do scroll to the end Read More
Winter Blog Hop, Day 18 – Tara Harlow
Today’s guest is the irrepressible Tara Harlow, one of my local writing friends. In addition to raising kids and writing young and new adult romance, Tara’s a movie extra! Unlike our mutual friend Judy from yesterday, Tara’s not such a fan of the snow. Check out her blog at https://taraharlow.wordpress.com/. In addition to a very fun post, Read More
Winter Blog Hop Day 10 – Lori Sizemore’s Cat-Butt Coasters!
Hello all! Today’s guest is one of my pals from Passionate Critters, Lori Sizemore. Lori’s debut novel, Infamous, releases from The Wild Rose Press on December 14. Happy almost book birthday, Lori! Hop over to Lori’s blog today to learn about some of her favorite things at Christmas time, including Christmas music, handmade gifts (including cat-butt Read More
Here in Northeast Ohio (and most of the rest of the northern half of the US), March is roaring in like a lion. We’re expecting another ten inches of snow today to add to the foot or two already on the ground. The piles of snow on the sides of the streets now exceed the Read More
Because You Can Never Have Too Much Hockey
This post is late because of hockey. This weekend my son was in a youth hockey tournament at our home rink, so not only did he play in three games, I scored two other games, and then we watched the championship game, which sadly, he wasn’t in. Six hockey games in three days. It is Read More
Christmas, Victorian Style
Christmas rapidly approaches, and I suspect no one who reads this blog will be surprised to see a post about Christmas in the Victorian era. Predictability is good, right? Although Christmas as we know it today does celebrate the birth of Jesus (even though there is evidence to suggest he was not born in December), Read More