Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hi everybody! I hope you are well. This part of the world is filled with word counts and editing. Mind you, from excess LEGO, I'm typing with three fingers on one hand... I've updated my website on Bloglovin and since I read most of my favorite websites over there, maybe… Continue reading Follow my blog with Bloglovin
Halo from my very wet home! Just a quick post about the giveaway from a short while ago. We've had some great rains, severe thunderstorms that left us without electricity for more than 24 hours and lovely cooler weather. The clouds are however packing together again. I love it though. Lightning zipping accross the skies… Continue reading Notebook Giveaway Winners! Ding! Ding! Ding! Round 2…
Hi everybody! I hope you are safe and sound. A while ago I published my 1st story in quite some time. I'm happy to let you know that the second book in the series is also live! Jack, the annoying 'brother' that bossed her around like her own brothers.Jool, the hoyden that shocked and stunned… Continue reading Jack & Jool went live!
I love puzzles. Do you? They are the most frustrating things ever But it’s incredibly satisfying when the pieces fall in place one after the other. For the love of puzzles I prefer Ravensburger puzzles. They are also perfectly complete. The pieces are strong and every piece fits snug into the next piece. Some puzzles… Continue reading Nothing like a puzzle to…
National Fun with Fondue Month National Georgia Pecan Month National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month National Pepper Month National Stuffing Month National Raisin Bread Month November 1-7: National Fig Week 1 November National Bison Day 1927 Ford Model A Begins In Production 1938 Seabiscuit Match Race Against War Admiral at Pimlico 1952 The United States detonates… Continue reading This month in History: November 2020
I’ve never done any giveaway! Can you believe it? Until now. What’s up for grabs? Notebooks inspired by my recently published novelette called Frances & Gilbert, book 1 from my Sweet Historical Romance Novelette series. Here is a page with more information of this notebook. How many notebooks are available? Six lucky readers stand a… Continue reading Giveaway! [This Giveaway is closed now!]
General events not linked to a date: National Apple Month National Applejack Month National Caramel Month National Cookbook Month National Cookie Month National Dessert Month National Pasta Month National Pickled Peppers Month National Pizza Month National Popcorn Poppin’ Month National Pork Month National Pretzel Month National Seafood Month Second Weekend in October: National Kegger Weekend… Continue reading This month in History: October 2020
I hope you are safe and sound wherever you are. All is well here. Most things are open now. Other than compulsory mask wearing and sanitisng hands along with proper social distancing, life is back to normal. If you've been following me somewhere on social media or here on this website, you will know that… Continue reading Sweet Historical Romance Series: setting
General events not linked to a date: National Chicken MonthNational Honey MonthNational Mushroom MonthNational Papaya MonthNational Potato MonthNational Rice Month 1719 184 female French convicts were forced to take husbands from their fellow convict males Author Jocelyn Green's novel, The Mark of the King, uses this part of history as its backdrop 1 September National… Continue reading This month in History: September 2020
Hi everyone! I thought I would post a quick note about an upcoming contest for 50 historical romance books! And an e-reader! See this link below for more info. https://www.booksweeps.com/giveaway/august-2020/historical-romance-series-starters/ It's also open internationally which makes me really happy. The books up for grabs are the 1st books in a historical romance series and Frances… Continue reading Romance Book Giveaway starts Monday!