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Tag Archives for " historical fiction "

Designing a Book Cover

One of the great things about owning your own indie publishing company is that you get to control the cover art. I know they say don't judge a book by its cover, but everyone judges a book by its

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Playing With Matches

Have you read Playing with Matches? I consider this book my "Art" book. Many of my books have historical settings, but this one touches a deeper place in my heart. If you haven't read it, now's the time

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Are you ready for faith, hope and . . . murder?

The countdown to launch of Murder at St. George's Church is on.Spring is here and romance is in the air! But Chief Inspector Basil Reed has his work cut out for him if he wants to solve another case and

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Automobiles in the 1920s 🏎️

I love looking at vintage cars. Don’t you? Researching for the Ginger Gold Mysteries series has allowed me to learn about the different types of automobiles available in the 1920s. Here are a few cars

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Month in Review + a fun audio surprise!

 Murder on the SS Rosa is now available in audio!Did you know that I have several more audiobooks available? Click HERE to see the full list.Now on to month and YEAR in review.  December was a quiet

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A Holly Jolly Holiday SALE!!

Christmas is quickly sneaking up on us... Start celebrating early by filling your e-reader with great mysteries!All Books Are On Sale For 99-Cents!For A Limited Time Only.Don't let long lineups

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Women’s rights in the 1920s – How much do you know?

The ‘Roaring Twenties’ introduced a wave of industrial and cultural change in both the US and England: new dances, new music, and more significantly, new attitudes towards women’s rights. Many of

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Are you ready for more adventures with Ginger Gold?!

I've finished writing Murder at Feathers & Flair and started the editorial process. Yay! I can't believe I'm already four books into the Ginger Gold series. What an adventure it's been. I hope you

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