Book Review | A Deadly Deception

In this new realm of reviewing books, I have to constantly remind myself that I’m not going to love every book I read, be it from the library, a second hand book store, ARCs for review from NetGalley, or directly from the authors themselves. I received A DEADLY DECEPTION as an arc for review fromContinue reading “Book Review | A Deadly Deception”

Ring Around the Rosies

The Gilded Conspiracy | Part One On the twenty-third day of January in eighteen hundred and sixty-five, Grandfather Harrison disappeared. Adelaide Harrison’s grandmother did not dress in her widow’s weeds, and every silver object in the Harrison home vanished with him. Every piece of it, including the timepiece from the grandfather clock in their drawingContinue reading “Ring Around the Rosies”

My Top Ten Victorian Slang Words

Writing historical fiction isn’t easy. There are so many decisions I have to make to prevent myself from overdoing it with language and writing style. Do I try to match it with the time period? Do I use modern slang? How far into 1800s etymology do I really want to go? Research has been keyContinue reading “My Top Ten Victorian Slang Words”