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An open letter to whomever…

This is my blog. My space. Period. Mine. I have the right to post my thoughts, wishes, hopes, desires and if I so choose, political statements. THAT IS WHAT A BLOG IS FOR. If you disagree with me or are … Continue reading

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It must stop.

Good morning. I normally refrain from making political or religious statements. My opinion is my own. Yours is yours. And Ceci Giltenan exists to entertain readers with romantic stories. But the fact is, I am more than Ceci Giltenan. It is … Continue reading

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Not an open letter to Faleena Hopkins

Dear ones, If you haven’t heard about #cockygate here is your nutshell: An author, Faleena Hopkins, who has written a series of books, (initially called the Cocker Brothers of Atlanta) all with “Cocky” in the title, trademarked the single word, … Continue reading

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The Pocket Watch is free for a few days!

Starting at 12 am (Pacific time), May 21, 2018, the e-book version of The Pocket watch will be free, until midnight (Pacific time), May 25, 2018. If you haven’t read it don’t miss this opportunity. A Spanish … Continue reading

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The conclusion of Medieval Mondays!

If you have been joining us over the last fourteen weeks of “Medieval Mondays” you have gotten a taste of 14 different medieval romances, including my own newest release, A Wee Highland Predicament. Now it’s time for the final installment. I … Continue reading

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Medieval Monday – Jenni Fletcher

As Medieval Mondays continue, this week you will find the next snippet from my newest release, A Wee Highland Predicament on Jenni Fletcher’s blog. Below you’ll find a snippet from Jenni’s, Besieged and Betrothed. ‘What next?’ She came back to stand … Continue reading

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Closed doors and open windows…

I’ve heard it said that when God closes one door, He opens another. Or He opens a window… Or it wasn’t your door… Or any number of other things. I’ve said this before (usually after the other door or window becomes … Continue reading

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