Month: November 2014

About Highland Soldiers 3: The Return Each book of the Highland Soldiers series deals with an issue a soldiers faces as a result of their service to clan and King. In Book 1, the hero falls in love with a woman who views him as her enemy. In Books 2, the hero returns to the Read More

Moody music from one of my favorite hard-to-find Christmas movies, Six Weeks. Score by the late, brilliantly talented, Dudley Moore. Read More

Macaroni & Cheese Ring by CaseysMiniShop on Etsy Read More

National Trust buys Thomas Hardy Dorset heathland   More than 200 acres (80 hectares) of heathland, thought to have inspired some of the settings for writer Thomas Hardy’s novels, has been bought by the National Trust. The organisation said Slepe Heath in Dorset was the real-life version of the fictional Egdon Heath, where Hardy’s novel The Return Read More

You can never have too many Wuthering Heights adaptations. Wuthering Heights: ‘There comes a point when you have to put the book down’ As the Gate presents a fresh adaptation of Emily Brontë’s classic of passion (or hysterical excess, depending on your outlook), a new Heathcliff and Catherine get to grips with our expectations and their Read More

    His battle-scarred heart stands in the way of a love that could heal him. Alex MacDonell returns home from fighting for clan and king to discover that the girl he once hunted and fished with has become an intriguing young woman. Kenna has adored him for years, but he always treated her like Read More

Frye’s scheme is simple. In his view, the world of fiction is composed of four braided genres: novel, romance, anatomy, and confession. “Pride and Prejudice” is a novel. “Wuthering Heights” isn’t: it’s a romance, an extension of a form that predates the novel by many hundreds of years. (“The romancer does not attempt to create Read More

I’m thrilled to share this new cover by Ravven for Highland Soldiers 3, coming in December: Read More