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That’s Not Me, She’s Someone Else

I’m reading a lot recently about why we write what we write, and just how much of our own personal life ends up in our novels. This is an interesting and involved subject. The more I thought about it after … Continue reading

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The Victorians Continue

I’ve signed a contract for my latest submission to Wild Rose Press, entitled Rowena’s Hellion, the second in The Victorian series about a group of Victorians from England and Scotland who settled in Victoria, Kansas in 1874. The railroad town … Continue reading

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Sneak Peak Sunday

Excerpt From Wilda’s Outlaw: The Victorians  for Sneak Peak Sunday “How do you propose to convince him that you’ve been snatched rather than simply run away? Do we leave a note, or maybe I could go knock on the door … Continue reading

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Bob tailed ponies and remittance men

  On April Fool’s day in 1873,  30 people from England and Scotland began a journey to America and the prairies of Kansas to live a dream made possible by George Grant. They boarded the Alabama, the first steamship to … Continue reading

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