Monthly Archives: October 2013

Review of Highland Solution by Love Saves the World

Today a review of Highland Solution is featured on the blog, Love Saves the World http://www.lovesavestheworld.com/2013/10/review-highland-solution-by-ceci.html. Tin provides a very thoughtful summary and review. She clearly understands Niall’s trust issues and the precarious position in which he finds himself. She … Continue reading

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Crab soup and soda bread

This recipe combination is a classic representation of the cultural blend that is my marriage. My family’s roots are deeply American. My ancestors emigrated here in the 17th and early 18th centuries. I was raised in Maryland where the blue … Continue reading

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Pirates…and I don’t mean the sexy fictional kind

Is there anyone whose heart doesn’t stir a bit at the fictionalized, romantic, swashbuckling, pirate? Some of the first historical romances I read as a teenager featured privateers. The difference between pirates and privateers is blurred at best and probably … Continue reading

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Reader Reviews

One of the most gratifying things about having published a book is reading the many positive reader reviews. Today I received my first paperback copy of Highland Solution and was thrilled to see that my publisher quoted some of these … Continue reading

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Seeking your Scottish ancestors?

Consider contacting Borders Journeys. Started in 2012 by Ian Walker, they provide exclusive private and small group guided sightseeing tours throughout Scotland. They specialize in tours of Dumfries & Galloway, Scottish Borders and Northumberland. Their daily scheduled and private tours … Continue reading

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An update for Nook readers

No, Highland Solution is still not available at Barnes and Noble. However, it is on Smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/370391 (as well as the Champagne Book site) as an Epub version which can be read on Nook and other devices that won’t read … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Vineyard

The Writer’s Vineyard is a blog written by a collection of authors on a variety of topics. How’s that for specific? More specifically, most topics are related to the writing process. I am now one of the contributing authors on … Continue reading

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