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Finding Home ~ Where Cinderella meets Goose Girl

Finding Home ~ Where Cinderella meets Goose Girl

Well, that was a cryptic title for a blog post… As you faithful readers probably already know, I am in the middle of writing a series of standalone stories featuring castles from across a wide variety of regions and eras. (I hope to release #4 and #5 this year!)  Castles often make us think of Prince Charming and fairy tales and princesses. Or at least kind hearted commoners who are elevated to that royal status

Finding Home: Not your ordinary Regency Romance

Finding Home: Not your ordinary Regency Romance

I’m just a few chapters away from completing the first draft of Finding Home…and I cannot wait to share this story with you. ?Yes, I know some of you are not fans of historical fiction so just bear with me for a bit longer since the next story in the queue is contemporary. Followed by another contemporary after that. ?But in the meantime, the timeline of this current tale spans from 1803 to 1814, including an

Adding Music to the current WIP ~ Finding Home

Adding Music to the current WIP ~ Finding Home

Thanks to January’s castle-inspired writing retreat, I’ve crossed the halfway point in writing the next installment in my Castle series.  And I have to admit that my current work-in-progress Finding Home has involved more intricate plotting and detailed research than the previous books in the series… Which should mean an even better story for you! But while readers have to wait longer than I’d anticipated for this next title to release, I couldn’t leave you without a glimpse

Who wouldn’t want to stay in a castle right now?

Who wouldn’t want to stay in a castle right now?

I took this picture just a few days ago while on a writing retreat with a couple author friends. Can you just feel the stories of people who lived within these walls? Of course, this is a “new” castle with a history dating back to the late 1800s, but the setting certainly proved inspirational as I was finally able to make significant headway on the next book in my castle series.  Wrangling a complicated plotline into shape