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Totally agree lady,
I couldn’t find another way to contact you, so I hope this is okay. I’ve been re-reading your 2nd Fated Hearts book—it’s one of my favorites and that lead me to a re-read of some of your other books, as well as discovering the Duncurra Legacy series. I am absolutely loving A Wee Highland Predicament. I actually quite liked Honoria Cockburn ( the girl whom Moira McNaughton tripped)—even from the brief scene Lucas had with her. I just wanted to pass along that I would love to see a book with her featured.
I look forward to more of the Legacy books and any other future books. Thanks so much for writing wonderful books.
It is perfectly fine to contact me here. 🙂 I’d normally say Facebook is the most expedient way to reach me, but I haven’t been online much recently. I’m glad you are enjoying my books. I always love to hear that.
I like Honoria as well. She was intended to just be an incidental character who is a bit like me. But I am thinking about a story for her.
I would like for Flan MacKenzie to have a story, but it hasn’t come to me yet.
Good Evening I was looking to see if you wrote a book with tadhg mathsom in highland solutions want to see if he got married. I really love the pocket watch series
I’m sorry, I didn’t see this comment earlier. I did write a book about Tadhg Matheson. His book is Highland Courage. Tadhg also appears in Highland Angels as a boy (Laird Chisholm’s squire).
All of my books, whether they are regular Scottish historical or time-travel, are set in the same world. There are little connections between them–some of which only I know (so far). 🙂
I’m glad you enjoy the Pocket Watch Chronicles too. They are my favorite books to write. 🙂 I am in the process of writing one now, which hopefully will be out this summer.
Thanks for answering my letter I have his book and read it will keep reading your books thanks.
Hello, I found you quite by accident while looking into my family heritage. I am Jan Giltnane Rogers, and I wonder if the spelling of our last names were, at one time, the same. Also, my deepest desire is to become a writer, so in my heart, you and I must have ancestors in common. 😁
Ooops…never mind….I just read that is not your real last name. Now I am curios as to how you derived at that name.
It isn’t my real last name, but it is a family name. Giltenan was my mother-in-law’s maiden name. My husband is from Ireland. He grew up in County Clare, near the city of Limerick. My mother-in-law’s family is from County Limerick. Most of them still live in and around Adare.
Your name is very likely from the same source as Giltenan. Names change spelling for a variety of reasons. Most often it is because the earliest people having that name couldn’t read or write, so the name was recorded by someone else (who spelled the name based on their own interpretation). My maiden name is Furrow. It is a Swiss name that was spelled Phurrough originally.
However, sometimes names are changed intentionally. Only one of my mother-in-law’s brother’s married and had children. They spell the name Giltenane. My understanding is that her brother added the “e” to the end because there were a number of Giltenans living in the same area and it made it easier for the mail carriers. 🙂
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