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Readers' Questions - Theme - May 29, 2013

Last week I asked my fans on Facebook whether they had any questions they would like to ask me, and several people responded. Thank you! I plan to answer those questions in a series of blog posts over the following weeks, so stay tuned. And if you have a question you want answered, but missed out on asking, it's not too late. Just send me a message via Facebook, Twitter or by email. Now, on to today's topic - Theme. Pamela M asked how the theme for each of my book's mat... Click Here To Read More >>



MANor Candy Monday - Clifford's Tower - May 20, 2013

What's this week's MANor Candy? How about Clifford's Tower in the heart of the city of York in North Yorkshire, UK. ... Click Here To Read More >>



WIP Wednesday - Lady Darby Book 3 Setting - May 15, 2013

I've been hard at work writing Lady Darby Book 3, which won't release until July 2014, but I just couldn't resist sharing with you the setting of several critical scenes, including one set just after midnight.  They occur in the ruins of Dryburgh Abbey in the Border region of England and Scotland.  I was fortunate enough to visit there in the autumn of 2010 and snap some pictures.  And, yes, that is a cemetery in the foreground of this shot.  Midnight in a cemetery. &n... Click Here To Read More >>



MANor Candy Monday - Bamburgh Castle - May 13, 2013

This week's MANor Candy Monday is Bamburgh Castle in Bamburgh along the beautiful coast of Northumberland, UK. This sight is so rich in history and well worth a visit.                                              ... Click Here To Read More >>



WIP Wednesday - Kiera's Riding Habit - May 8, 2013

In Mortal Arts Kiera wears a particularly fetching riding habit that is based on a real riding habit currently housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In real life, this gorgeous ensemble is a deep brown, but for Kiera I decided to change the color to crimson. And I was thrilled when the Art Department at Berkley decided to use a version of this riding habit for the cover art for the book. Though, once again the color was changed, this time to a rich blue since Kiera's gown on t... Click Here To Read More >>



MANor Candy Monday - Mompesson House - May 6, 2013

This week's MANor Candy Monday is Mompesson House in Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK. It's a gorgeous National Trust property in The Close with a fantastic view of Salisbury Cathedral - an impressive sight in its own right. My husband and I loved everything about Salisbury, and can't wait to visit there again someday. ... Click Here To Read More >>



Favorites Friday - Airports - May 3, 2013

This may seem like a strange topic to cover for Favorites Friday, but I simply feel the need to brag on my local airport.  I've traveled quite a bit, though by no means as extensively as some, and the airport here in Fort Wayne is by far my favorite to fly out of and return to.  I've heard some argue that it's cheaper to fly out of Indianapolis or Detroit or Chicago, and perhaps it is, but, in my experience, usually by less than $100.  And by the time... Click Here To Read More >>



WIP Wednesday - Quotes - May 1, 2013

I like to start of my novels with a quote that will either set the tone of the book or foreshadows the events to come. For example, in The Anatomist's Wife I opened the story with the following Scottish proverb: Be sure to live your life, because you are a long time dead. How's that for a succinct truth. I've become rather fond of Scottish proverbs, and intend to use more in the future. Like, The day has eyes, the night has ears. Or The devil's boots don't creak.  However, for Mortal ... Click Here To Read More >>



MANor Candy Monday - Arundel Castle - April 29, 2013

This week's MANor Candy is Arundel Castle, the centerpiece of the village of Arundel in West Sussex, UK. Unfortunately, we did not have time to tour it during our trip to the UK in 2010, but we did see it from a distance, and it's absolutely magnificent. I would love to return and actually view the inside and the grounds.... Click Here To Read More >>



National Pigtails Day - April 26, 2013

Thanks to the genius of my friend Samantha, some other ladies and I have decided to make today National Pigtails Day. It's unofficial, but fun, nonetheless. The world can always use a little more joy, and hopefully we'll bring a smile to someone's face. Please feel free to join us, and share your pics with me on Facebook or Twitter. I would love to see them.       In keeping with the fun and silliness of the day, I'm also thinking... Click Here To Read More >>




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Much thanks to Julia Meek for interviewing me on our local NPR station, WBOI.



Lost, but not forgotten. An article I wrote for BookPage in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the armistice ending WWI. 



Much thanks to the Historical Novel Society for their review of TREACHEROUS IS THE NIGHT!





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