The option to be notified when a new blog was posted had gone away, so I’ve implemented a newsletter sign up. It’s right there at the top of the side bar. I promise I won’t overwhelm your inbox. A newsletter will be sent out when I post a new blog, have a new release, or something fun to share. If you’d signed up for notifications in the past, your email address was transferred to the newsletter list. Thank you so much for your continued support!
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I love connecting with readers, and recently received a wonderful email: “This book is a fantastic piece of writing. All of your characters are very real and well developed. Your scene descriptions are historically accurate for the 20’s as are the clothes, dialog and general situations. Your books are a real treat to read and I have enjoyed them immensely. I am a 75-year-old male retired mechanical engineer and discovered period romance novels after I retired when I had enough time to read for enjoyment and again, I must say that your books are very enjoyable. Please keep up your excellent writing.”
While brainstorming for my next book, I asked followers on Facebook what eras they thought would make a for a good historical story. It was fun to read their answers, here are a few of them: Civil War, Revolutionary War, Medieval, Ottoman Era, Holy Land, Tudor, ghost story, story set in Kansas when winter wheat was introduced, 20 years in the future post-apocalyptic, arranged marriage in Midwest America, 1918-1919 pandemic, historic Route 66 story, time travel, more roaring twenties and mail order bride stories. Message me if you have an answer to share!
Our weekend was busy with the process of getting a new furnace and A/C unit installed, which meant lots of new duct work and cleaning where the old furnace had been for over 40 years. In the midst of that, the neighbor man brought me over a bucket of plums, so while the guys were busy with the furnace, I made plum jelly and sent some home with the workers. I do love this time of year with all the home-grown veggies and fruits.
I’m logging off the computer now to go mow the lawn, again. The wonderful rain we’ve received recently was so needed! Stay well and safe, and happy. A smile looks good on you!