That this important post never went out! Forgive me if I am in error and you are getting it for the second time . . . WORK: This is an exciting month for me as I have two releases. Just launched is The Baron and the Bluestocking, the third volume in the Regency romance trilogy, Three Original […]
Thanks to all my readers for buying The Baron and the Bluestocking! Have a great Thanksgiving!
WORK: This is an exciting month for me as I have two releases. Just launched is The Baron and the Bluestocking, the third volume in the Regency romance trilogy, Three Original Ladies and Their Gentlemen. In the world of the Regency, Christian Elliott, Baron Shrewsbury has it all. Helene Whitcombe has nothing except a […]
From November 14 through November 16, Rescuing Rosalind is for sale at the promotional price of $.99 on Amazon! Here’s the blurb: When frigate Captain Buckingham Kernow-Smith encounters a sprite in a topiary garden going by the name of “Gannymede,” he remembers his Shakespeare. Pulling off her stocking cap, he reveals the character of “Rosalind” from As […]
Our last day in Florence was by far the most relaxing. We spent it at our favorite place in Florence–The Piazzale Michelangelo. This is a view spot from which the picture on the top of my blog was taken in 2009. The view has not changed. It is one of the most beautiful views in […]
Zurich will do very well as a peaceful background for my heroine, Amalia Faulhaber’s, turbulent life. Unlike the tumultuous Nazi-led Austria she has escaped, it is peaceful. Today, after Florence, it even seems somnolent. It is beautiful, clean, and the people are friendly. HOWEVER, it lacks crazy, lovable Italians, the crackle of energy in the […]
Because we were awakening at 5:45 for our “side trip” to Switzerland this weekend, I did not write about the surprise birthday party that Betta had for David at her family’s apartment last night. I finally got to see Adriana, my dear friend and Cosimo’s financee. She is lovely as ever and the new aunt […]
We did make it into the Medici Palace today and were struck once again with the Florentine grace of making magic with space. Though the building is now owned by the principality of Florence, it still retains the grace of the Medici architecture and the beautiful courtyard and gardens. David asked today, “What was the […]
We had a narrow brush with celebrity today! We wanted to visit the Medici Palace and found it without too much difficulty. However, surrounding the entrance were police, firemen, obviously important men dressed as only Italians can dress, with their Lancias parked nearby. They were discussing important things in Italian and blocking the entrance. A […]
We woke to thunderstorms today! David went exploring, took some pictures, and then took lots of time playing with them on Photoshop. I think the results are gorgeous. Look for some of these to be hung in our home. . . .