Did you just read Jude Knight's lovely story, connected to her book When Dreams Come True in Storm & Shelter? Wasn't it lovely. Thanks for sharing that, as we go around our blog circle. For those who are starting with me, keep following the links at the end of the post, until you come back … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Flash Fiction: The Music Box
I had a great NaNo month and wrote a really fun novel that takes our dear couple just a bit out of their comfort zones and tosses a bit of Shakespeare into the mix, just for fun. The story came together well and I was almost finished my first round of edits when the inevitable … Continue reading Masquerade – a short story
Once again this year, I am delighted to have a short story in an anthology published by The New Romance Café. The collection is called A Winter Romance, and all proceeds go to breast cancer research. All the stories are historical, and I have, again, written a story based around Chanukah. This time, my characters … Continue reading Light a Flame
I am doing some final edits on my first mystery in the Miss Mary Investigates series. Who is Miss Mary? Why, Mary Bennet! And her first case is a doozy, because her sister Elizabeth has been accused of murdering Mr. Collins! But Mary can't do it alone. She is whip-smart and hears all sorts of … Continue reading What ho? A Mystery?
Part I Priya wrinkled her nose and threw the eReader down on the sofa cushion beside her. It bounced off the throw pillow and nearly fell onto the floor before she caught it. The eReader had been a Christmas present from her favourite uncle, part of a set of the latest electronic gadgets designed to … Continue reading A Short Story for Valentine’s Day: Fixing Emma
It's that spooky time of year! Catherine Morland has read all too much about ghoulies and ghosties and other such Gothic horrors, and she has let her imagination run away with her. Henry Tilney, her friend's brother and a young man whom she likes very well, has chastised her for her fancies, and she has … Continue reading Boo! A special treat for Hallowe’en: Northanger Angst
In honour of Valentine's Day, here is a short story about my new hero, Edward Gardiner, as he returns home after three years away from England. Although he is carrying with him a slightly bruised heart, he will discover—and in the strangest way too—that something wonderful lies in wait. A Heart Ready for Love Halifax … Continue reading A Heart Ready for Love