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Sharpe & Donovan trailer!

With the paperback of Thief’s Mark in stores in just two weeks and Impostor’s Lure due out on August 21, my publisher put together this short, fantastic video trailer. It makes me want to dive into the Sharpe and Donovan world! I hope it does you, too. Enjoy!

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The blueberries are in!

As anyone who reads my New England settings can probably tell, I’m a huge fan of blueberries, especially wild blueberries. Yesterday we picked up our first pint of locally-grown cultivated blueberries. So good! I’ll be making muffins and cobbler through the season. Click on the underlined links for printable recipes!  And here’s the one for…

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Q & A…

A fun Q&A I had up on my website for a while and just updated. Enjoy! What’s the most important thing you learned as a reader? I learned that I love to read! As a kid, I’d clean out shelves in the library and read everything I could get my hands on. Reading opened up…

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An Irish Walk

I’m at home in Vermont, working on Stone Bridges, my next Swift River Valley novel, and doing a lot of walking. I’m getting back to running after my half-marathon in early June, but walking is so good for my creative soul. Joe and I love to walk on our trips to Ireland, often revisiting beloved routes…

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Strawberry Meringue Roulade

We can’t get enough local strawberries now that they’re in season here in Vermont. Love them! It’s been quiet here the past few days with writing, post-race running (sort of) and gorgeous June weather, and I admit we’ve had strawberries every day. Plain, with yogurt, with whipped cream, bundled into shortcake. Can’t go wrong! We…

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