If this is your first visit to my website, please spend some time exploring. Under the Books tab, you’ll find all my available books, some with excerpts. [If Magnificent Farewell doesn’t show under Books just yet, please be patient. It’s on its way.] Be sure, too, to peruse my (infrequent) blogs, the titles of which you’ll find immediately to the right on this home page…shift your eyes a tad and there they are! The most recent title -“Not Your Mother’s Heroine”- is meant to prep you for my latest novel, Magnificent Farewell, out sometime before the end of 2015. Clicking on any of the blogs will give you a feel for both my style and content.
“The Laramie Series” (2006-2014) is made up of six books stretching in time from 1880 to 1919. Peripheral characters in one story take center stage in another, but each of the six novels manages to stand alone very nicely. You can start anywhere in the series and enjoy a perfectly good read.
The Dangerous Thaw of Etta Capstone, a stand-alone novel and personal favorite, came out in 2010.
I wrote a trio of shorter, light-hearted Victorian romances – Claire, After All, Listening to Abby, and Jubilee Rose – and in 2014 offered them to readers who wanted to read something fun with a touch of heartfelt romance and an unambiguously happy ending.
My most recent novel, Magnificent Farewell, commemorates World War I – admittedly from an American’s perspective (I am an American, after all) and is intended to offer solemn respect to all who served and suffered in “the war to end all wars.” At the same time, I wanted to try my hand at an anti-heroine, of sorts, and then decided to spice up the story with a bit of mystery, too. You’ll be the judge of whether I was successful in any of those literary goals. I hope to have Magnificent Farewell out before the end of 2015.
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