Abigale Hall by Lauren Forry

In the wake of World War II, orphaned London siblings Eliza and Rebecca must live with their Aunt Bess, the only other family survivor. But Aunt Bess is not a very affectionate woman, and she is also deep in gambling debts. Thus begins the gothic suspense novel Abigale Hall by Lauren Forry. One day the... Continue Reading →

Autumn is a Great Time to Write

Happy first day of autumn everyone! I don't know about you, but I'm ready to leave the humid New England weather behind, turn the AC off, enjoy a lower electric bill, and welcome some crisper air and beautiful colors. Don't get me wrong, I love sunshine and warmth - maybe too much, which is what... Continue Reading →

The Curious Flaw of Amiens Cathedral

A few weeks ago, I was researching medieval church architecture for Book Two of my Hildegard of Bingen series (which will come out in February 2019). Part of the story concerns Hildegard's project of building a church for her new foundation, which she wants to imitate the "French style," i.e. the nascent Gothic style (though,... Continue Reading →

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