Meet Abigail Gordon

Abigail Gordon Nurse Abigail Gordon co-founded the Cornwall Street Clinic on London's East End. Kind, but with zero tolerance for shenanigans, Abby considers herself the protector of the clinic, its patients, and her fiancé and clinic co-founder, Dr. Gideon Spencer. But the real threat to everything she holds dear is not what Abby thinks it... Continue Reading →

January Rescue: Decorative Hood

The decorative hood that came with my Big Coat "Snowstorm expected. If you're English, stay inside and wait for the all-clear. If you're Scottish, you'll need your Big Coat." This is the hood that came with my Big Coat. The coat itself is perfect, but the hood is decorative. Decorative! I ask you! Some designer... Continue Reading →

Simon Pearce’s Edinburgh: Comiston House

“Comiston House sat aloof on a large tract of land, a little more than three miles to the south of Edinburgh, and north of the gently sloping, green-carpeted Pentland Hills. It was modest in size, square in shape, and constructed from large bricks of local sandstone. Ionic columns stood to either side of an arched... Continue Reading →

Meeting the Author: Camilla Downs

Today I have the honor of sitting down with author, book blogger, and the face behind Meeting The Authors, Camilla Downs. In addition to being a generous voice for authors and a powerful force of positivity, Camilla has a number of books of her own, and we'll talk about that in a bit. But first,... Continue Reading →

Sitting Down with Rebecca Cohen

REBECCA COHEN spends her days dreaming of a living in a Tudor manor house, or a Georgian mansion. Alas, the closest she comes to this is through her characters in her historical romance novels. She also dreams of intergalactic adventures and fantasy realms, but because she’s not yet got her space or dimensional travel plans... Continue Reading →

A Chat with Charlie Cochrane

Today I have the privilege of chatting with one of my favorite authors and people, Charlie Cochrane. Charlie has a new book out, Lessons in Following a Poisonous Trail, and it's excellent. Charlie's Cambridge Fellows stories were some of the first LGBT+ mysteries I ever read, and they have a special place in my heart.... Continue Reading →

Website Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑