The Clan Hewit Trilogy started way back in the '90s when I decided I could write as well as the authors I was reading.
Off I went with three years of research into the medieval lives of characters living in Ireland and England.
What they did, what they wore, how they spoke
and many other interesting areas of their lives. I read and probed everything I could find even working with a book store in Ireland to get books not available here in the states.
There is a slight touch of paranormal and fantasy that may be just my imagination, or it could have happened that way. We will never know...
Chronicles Between the Pages
I love writing and hope you love reading, but of course you do or you wouldn't be here.
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The Love After Life series is a contemporary cozy mystery set in Southern Arizona and
Southern California with jaunts to Hawaii and perhaps other places.
I'm only two books into the series and have no idea right now where it will take me.
There are paranormal elements in most all of my books but especially this one. I do hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think.
These are easy to read and I love the touching scenes between the hero and heroine. Married, but not who's to say?
I hope you love reading them as much as I love writing them.
Chronicles Between the Pages is a fantasy series that was supposed to be a stand alone and morphed into a series.
It just popped into my head and off I went. I originally wrote it in 2003, but it's been updated and now has a life of its own.
I really have a love of fantasy and this is taking one of the realistic items of writing - make sure your characters are real to the reader - to a whole new level. One I hadn't even thought of until I began writing it.
It's a fun romp into fantasy land and I really think you will enjoy your time spent there. I know I did.