coverfinalmd-weaveformeadreamcovefinalmd-singtomeofdreamsJust a touch of the upcoming Weave for Me a Dream (sequel to Sing to Me of Dreams ) to tempt you–I hope.

Julian Ivy has accidentally discovered his mother’s journal in a trunk in the attic.

“Jamie stands, face turned toward the sky, though he does not absorb the light from the sun. Rather, I think the sun absorbs its light from him, for he is brilliant with dreams.”

Julian was stunned. In an instant, Simone had brought the inspired father of his youth back to him. He had seen Jamie stand just so, before he lost his faith; he had felt the beauty of a sunset pale before the power of his father’s dreams. But he had not tried to put into words that feeling of awe and incredulity. That his mother could have done so both shocked and secretly pleased him. The words blurred into wavering lines.


Congratulations to Lucinda Brant: my friend and favorite author.

Rakes And Rascals

salt-hendon-collectionGenre: Historical Romance (Georgian)

Collection Includes:

SALT BRIDE (Salt Hendon, #1)

When the Earl of Salt Hendon marries squire’s daughter Jane Despard, Society is aghast. But Jane and Salt share a secret past of heartache and mistrust. They are forced into a marriage neither wants; the Earl to honor a dying man’s wish; Jane to save her stepbrother from financial ruin. Beautiful inside and out, the patient and ever optimistic Jane believes love conquers all; the Earl will take some convincing. Enter Diana St. John, who has been living in a fool’s paradise believing she would be the next Countess of Salt Hendon. She will go to extreme lengths, even murder, to hold Salt’s attention. Can the newlyweds overcome past prejudices and sinister opposition to fall in love all over again?


Jane and Salt—four years of Happily Ever After
Sir Antony…

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Child of Awe by Kathryn Lynn Davis

I just discovered this thoughtful, intense and wonderful review of CHILD OF AWE. I’m thrilled!

The Book Igloo

Release date: First published in 1987.

Pages: 469-472

Age Range: 16+

Contains: References and descriptions of sexual scenes and moderate violence. (Some aspects may make readers feel uncomfortable).

Genre: Historical Romance

Awards: Romantic Times award for best Scottish historical

About The Book: Muriella Calder…a young Scots beauty with auburn hair and wondrous green eyes. Sole heir to castle and fabled fortune. Stolen from her family and betrothed against her will to the second son of a rival clan.

John Campbell…a proud young warrior and hero on the bloody fields of valor. His courage has won him honors for the Campbell clan and made his name a legend—but his bloodlust dismays his stolen bride.

Every corner of Muriella’s new world seems locked in violent struggle, but none so fierce as that which rages in her heart. She anxiously awaits the sweet awakening of love’s first passion—the tender touch and warm need…

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Release Day: Highland Charm, a Collection of Fantasy Romances from Kathryn Lynn Davis, April Holthaus, Victoria Zak, and Dawn Marie Hamilton

I’m so delighted with this collection and how it is doing on Amazon!

Supernatural Superlatives

Highland Charm

Highland Charm

Four full length romance novels of Scottish myth, fantasy and legend from authors Kathryn Lynn Davis, April Holthaus, Victoria Zak and Dawn Marie Hamilton. Available ONLY for the Summer.
Available at Amazon.

From the moment of her birth, Muriella Calder is heiress to a great fortune many Highland clans desire to make their own. Touched by The Sight, she struggles to understand herself, while fighting those who threaten her world: the violent clans who relish war; her cunning guardian, Archibald Campbell, the powerful Earl of Argyll—callously ambitious, and bound by loyalty to the Crown; John Campbell, the Earl’s second son—a strong, experienced warrior on the battlefield—who cannot begin to understand the mysterious woman he is forced to wed; and Elizabeth Campbell Maclean, a gentle woman whose heart is forfeit in a treaty with a man her father hates. Completely captivating, Child…

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An Adventure Not Far From Home

Savannah Grace takes us on another colorful escape/


11303512_475653372597121_1908919618_n[1] The day started off early after only 4 hours of sleep. The lack of sleep was due to a wonderful visit with a girlfriend to all you can eat sushi the night before.  Kees, Mom and I were in the car at 7am headed back to Antwerp, Belgium a 2 1/2 hour drive away. A few weeks ago I wrote a post about going down to help a friend with his Segway/speedboat tour company, well, that same friend needed more help, so we were on our way. I love when adventures like this just fall in your lap with just a few days notice.

It’s always nice to have Mom join us, although sometimes I think Kees only asks her to come so he doesn’t have to drive ….


Our adventure for the day began with taking four speedboats to the spot where the tour groups would be arriving over the course of a few hours. We were…

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Audiobook Review: A Laudable Production–both author Southard and narrator Gummer–I salute you both!

This sounds too wonderful to resist.


“Southard has taken the facts about the great author and woven them into a credible, touching, and also entertaining portrait of a life.”  -Historical Novel Society

 “For those of you who are exhausted by the innumerable retellings of Austen’s novels, this is a style entirely new…. be rewarded by a quick paced novel unlike any you can ever have read, which injects new ideas and possibilities into the world of Jane Austen.” Laura Boyle, The Jane Austen Centre

17695612Title:A Jane Austen Day Dream
Author: Scott D. Southard
Genre: Literary Fiction, Romance
Published By: Madison Street Publishing
Published Date: April 23, 2013
Pages: 413

Narrator: Louisa Gummer
Listening Length: 11 hours, 50 minutes
Publisher: Madison Street Publishing
Release Date: September 23, 2014

About the Story: All her heroines find love in the end–but is there love waiting for Jane? Jane Austen spends her…

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