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The Student and the Slave: an Adventure Novel with a Giveaway

Take a look at this exciting new young adult action and adventure novel, The Student and the Slave, now available for purchase! This is the third book in the Krillonian Chronicles, after The Collar and the Cavvarach and The Gladiator and the

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Posted in Writing

Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge – what it’s like to walk across – YouTube

Would you walk across? I’ve walked a couple of times. Once it was behind a family with a child who jumped up and down, making the whole thing shake. Another time it was so windy they almost shut it down.

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Posted in History, Travel

English Historical Fiction Authors: Adventure Seekers – Women Explorers of the Victorian Era

Source: English Historical Fiction Authors: Adventure Seekers – Women Explorers of the Victorian Era

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Posted in History

Better To Have Loved needs votes!

My novel, Better To Have Loved, is in a contest at The Romance Reviews Readers’ Choice Awards, and needs your vote!   I need at least 50 nominations to move to the next round. Go here to vote Go here

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Posted in Writing

Stone Circles

Everyone loves a mystery, right? And what is more mysterious than a 5,000 year old structure, built by our neolithic ancestors? There are hundreds of stone circles, cairns, standing stones and structures around. Most are in Northern Europe, but they

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Posted in Art, History, Photography, Travel

Reviews are coming in for Better To Have Loved

Reviews are starting to come in for Better to Have Loved.   This book is based on the tale of my parents’ 30 year search for true love, through England, Scotland, Spain and Denmark. Their story is what inspired me

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Posted in Writing

And on to a New Adventure!

I have never had a place I’ve truly called home. Sure, I’ve lived in homes, and had family, but there is no town, no city, that I claim as my own. I was born in Denmark, lived in Dearborn, MI

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Posted in Travel, Writing

Legacy of Truth is on Contract!

I’m thrilled to announce I just signed a contract with Tirgearr Publishing for a prequel to Legacy of Hunger.  Look for it this summer!   In a small town in northwest Ireland around 1800, Esme must grow up quickly. Her

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Posted in History, Travel, Writing

Book Trailer for Legacy of Hunger

I’ve created my first book trailer, woohoo!  Come check it out! #LegacyofHunger #historicalfantasy #druidsbrooch       ********* Don’t miss information on Celtic myth and history, as well as practical travel planning tips, and hidden places, in my travel books.

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Posted in History, Photography, Travel, Writing

Celebrate your wrinkles!

  I am 46. I have never lied about my age (well, since I was 21, anyhow!)   I am proud of my age.  I have some silver hairs, and I am proud of those as well. I’ve earned them,

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Posted in Travel, Writing
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