Saturday, July 18, 2015
I'm thrilled to be going to a book signing on Saturday, July 25th at the Lewis County Fair in Lowville, NY. Love books (especially romance)? This is your chance to meet me and my fellow romance author, Regina Edwards-Drumm, and get a book personally autographed! I'll be there from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and I hope to meet you there!
In addition to some wonderful romance reads, we'll be offering raffle prizes! Regina is donating a "Night of Romance" gift basket, and I am donating "The Elementals Jewelry Set," a one-of-a-kind, handmade necklace and earring set, pictured above. Proceeds from the raffle benefit the Lowville Free Library. These terrific prizes are only available by raffle at the Lewis County Fair, so we hope you'll come and see what it's all about!
The Lewis County Fair offers a day of fun for the whole family. Sound like an awesome time? Click here for directions!
Thursday, July 16, 2015
It's time for a new project!
I'm pretty jazzed-up about this one, and you heard it here first: the new series will be in the New Adult genre, a departure from my current focus in romance and paranormal romance. I plan to continue writing romance, but for the foreseeable future, my focus will be on this series. It's all very hush-hush until I have the basics ironed out, but rest assured, I will let you know all the news once I have something to share. I hope you'll be as excited as I am about this new series, and I promise not to keep you waiting too long!
Sunday, July 05, 2015
If there's a place you want to be on the Fourth of July, it's Fort Ticonderoga. It was amazing to witness how people lived during the founding of the United States, from what they ate, to how they dressed, to how they slept and fought. The raising of the colors, to the music from the Fife & Drum Corps, actually gave me chills.
I can't even begin to tell you how geeky I was over the amazing engravings on the 18th century powder horns belonging to soldiers of the era. Then there were the weapons and arrowheads and pieces of pottery and ... well, you should go there, that's what.
The original fort was mainly earthworks. The stone was added much later. Still, it boasts one of the most beautiful vistas I've ever seen, of New York's Adirondacks and Vermont's Green Mountains.
If that isn't enough to impress you, take a walk through the King's Garden, modeled after 18th century military gardens. The walled garden was part of a project in the early 1900's by the wealthy Pell family, to restore and preserve the property. It must have been even more beautiful back in the day.
Find many more photos of my visit to Fort Ticonderoga in my Facebook album for the site. Hope you had a happy Fourth, America!