The Elisabeth Hobbes Singalong Playlist

All my stories have theme songs that go with them.  I’ve never had a song in mind at the time I start writing but at some point I’ll hear something on the radio or my phone that will resonate with the plot or characters and that’ll be the song for that book. Once I’ve got theContinue reading “The Elisabeth Hobbes Singalong Playlist”

Medieval Monday

We’re halfway through the Villains theme.  Are you enjoying it?  I know I’m loving getting to read and share some great excerpts.  Today’s comes from The Highlander’s English Woman by Ruth A. Casie   Laura Reynolds is in love with her long-time friend, Jamie Maxwell Collins. She adores his playful sense of humor, caring nature asContinue reading “Medieval Monday”

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