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Tuesday’s Word

Aerie noun 1. any habitation at a high altitude 2. a place that is very high and difficult to reach 3. the lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a hawk or eagle) I can see out on … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

In celebration of my brand new publishing contract for WISHING FOR A HIGHLANDER, I’m devoting April’s editions of Tuesday’s Word to words of British and Scottish origin. Today’s word: Douce adjective Scottish northern England dialect; quiet, sober, sedate “That was … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

To celebrate my brand new publishing contract with Lyrical Press, Inc. for my time-travel romance WISHING FOR A HIGHLANDER, I’m giving props to one of my Top Five, who also writes a mean Scot. My Top Five favorite authors are … Continue reading

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