Category Archives: Historical Research

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Romance in Shaky Times

The Edge of Impropriety is scheduled to be released on election day, Tuesday, November 4, 2008. And — try as I might to tell myself that the problems of one little writer don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world — I’ve got to admit that these days I’m nervous about the … Continue reading Romance in Shaky Times

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From Berlin, a little neurotically but with love… More About RWA National

Shandy-esque, this business of blogging with the Berlin Alexanderplatz radio tower out the window and part of my heart still in San Francisco at the RWA National Conference two weeks ago… But I have only myself to blame. I timed this Berlin vacation, you see, at least in part so that we’d be leaving on … Continue reading From Berlin, a little neurotically but with love… More About RWA National

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Another Friday: Hot Links

There’s been a lot of interesting discussion lately on my two group blogs, The Spiced Tea Party (for erotic historical writers) and History Hoydens (for historical writers who can sometimes write pretty hot as well), and even some provocative cross chatter: check out Tracy Grant’s Courtesan Heroines post at the Hoydens and this one of … Continue reading Another Friday: Hot Links

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A Happy Beginning, the Next Stage of the Journey: Two Friends Set out Together

So what’s next, you might ask? You mean after I finally, tardily, retrofit the In-the-Works page on this website to announce the November publication of The Edge of Impropriety? And after I help update the workshop Janet Mullany and I will be giving at RWA National this July about Writing the Hot Historical (leaving time, … Continue reading A Happy Beginning, the Next Stage of the Journey: Two Friends Set out Together

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