Category Archives: Leigh’s Posts

St. Patrick Was a Scot

Like most epically wonderful things, St. Patrick was born in what we now refer to as Scotland in 387 A.D. Then, Scotland would have been known as Caledonia or Alba. Patrick was taken when he was about 16 from his … Continue reading

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Midday Masquerade

  Happy Sunday everyone. I’m happy to be posting an excerpt from Midday Masquerade to celebrate this month of romance. Midday Masquerade, like all my romances, weaves Celtic character and a wee bit of magic into quirky small town romance. … Continue reading

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My love isn’t just a red, red rose

Leigh is sick with a bad cold this morning so I decided to blog for her and give her the morning to rest. Scottish poet, Robert Burns, wrote “My luve (love) is like a red, red rose…”, and his may … Continue reading

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Here’s to 2017!

Jill blogged about wanting, doing, and creating more in 2017 . Susan had a similar idea but different take, focusing on less – less and fewer negatives for 2017. I love both ways of looking at self improvement and will … Continue reading

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Happy Yule

The longest night of the year is always a time of deep contemplation for me ~ I am pleased to spend some of this magical day celebrating the solstice and the season with all of you. The dark is important … Continue reading

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How Coffea Romantica, saved the Romance Writing World

It is a little known, yet highly cited fact, that coffee makes Romance writers more beautiful. No one likes to say this truism out loud—mainly because the demand for coffee beans worldwide would skyrocket. One would think the resulting escalation … Continue reading

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Becoming an Orphan

I lost my parents within 11 months of one another. Both required care before their deaths and refused all but family assistance – mostly from me and my family. I am the oldest of three children and the only daughter, … Continue reading

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