As photography became
more common place, so did a macabre interest in photographing the dead. For a
vast number of “Victorians” death photos were the only time a loved one was
became popular during this time period and the bathing suit became a noted
fashion. Although, Victorian swimwear was quite modest and those daring enough
to swim in the ocean did so by hanging on to a rope.
Although I have yet
to pen a Steam Punk novel, I have two historical romances set in the Victorian
are the Blurbs and buy links for both:
by her fiancé and heart sick over her father’s death, Clarissa Burdick is
further devastated when she learns she can’t inherit her father’s company—the
company she loves—until she’s twenty-five or married. And Clarissa is neither.
So she sets out to find a husband strong enough to protect her from her uncle’s
thugs, too uneducated to run the company himself, and poor enough to marry a
woman in name only. But Irish immigrant
Devin Flannery is smarter than he seems and more educated than Clarissa
expects. Her Wholesale Husband soon
proves a greater risk to her heart than her company.
Nicole Keller has always been headstrong and independent, but after a
failed business venture and a sinking ship take her father, her home, and her
childhood sweetheart, Nikki must support herself and her mother. But moving to
England and marrying Chadwick Masters, Earl of Gilchrest isn’t what she has in
mind. And falling in love with the mysterious earl could endanger both their
now you know why I love the Victorian Era. What’s your favorite romance genre?
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***I’ve just re-published my very first novella called “She’s Me” with a new cover and under my own name, and it desperately needs reviews. So if anyone is willing to read the story and do an honest review, please just leave me a message in your comment, and I’ll be ecstatic to send you a copy. (see more info about this story on The Vicarage Bench page. )
My Favorite charity has to be the Cancer Society. It’s true that there are so many wonderful causes out there in the world quietly helping people to make the most of their lives. But for me, that dreaded disease has taken loved ones from my own family and probably has affected more people’s lives than anything else I can think of. It’s a battle we’ve won in some instances, and totter on the verge of breakthroughs for others. In time, maybe no one has to die from cancer. With our help…
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I want to welcome Babette to my blog today and say Thank You to her again for being such a supportive soul who stepped forward and helped a stranger when she reached out. I’m astonished and delighted at how many times other authors have shown that not only do they have wonderful imaginations, but also, good hearts