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A Regency Novel
Fleeing arrest by a spurned suitor, Lady Riana Travistock heads for London where she is knifed in a street brawl when she helps a man attacked by footpads. Luckily for Lady Riana, the victim of the attack is army surgeon Captain Devlin Carrington who takes her home to tend her injury.
For the American Civil War era aficionado!
The Civil War took everything from Billie D’Angelo and she is determined to retrieve her horse Destiny from the Yankee officer who commandeered him during the war. When Grayson catches a young ragamuffin trying to steal his horse, he should hand the rapscallion over to the authorities…
She Sat He Stood: What Do Your Characters Do While They Talk? How to Use Setting, Props, and Body Language to Enhance Dialogue
Geared for the new and intermediate writer, She Sat He Stood focuses on how to incorporate body language, props, and setting into scenes to give your dialogue more depth. If you're interested in crafting dialogue that showcases emotions, don't pass this up.
A Tassanoxie Novella
Susannah Warden is trapped in a life she doesn’t want, but she made a deathbed promise to her mother. When archeologist, Dr. Perry Elliston, arrives in Tassanoxie, he reminds Susannah of the future she once wanted.
Will Susannah free herself from the bonds of her promise and get a chance at love?