Tuesday, May 26, 2009

May Flowers in a Teacup

Aaahhh! The scent of lilacs. They truly signal May. Over the years I've planted several colors in our yard. This white bush is the first to blossom this year.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Mid-May in Downeast May. Spring comes late, but one day you look out and everything is transformed into green. Here is a lovely sight outside my writing window. The daffs have just passed but others, a pale yellow, are going to blossom soon. The bluets and violets are carpeting many areas.
Slugs are attacking the pansies I put out. Every morning I have to do a slug search and destroy. Also on the young flower seedlings my daughter just planted out back in the flower bed bordering our deck.

Friday, May 1, 2009

My new book hits the shelves today!

Just a reminder that my latest regency romance, A Bride of Honor, is released today. It is the sequel to last year's The Making of a Gentleman. But never fear, you don't have to read the first to enjoy the second. Both stories stand alone.

If your bookstore doesn't carry A Bride of Honor, make sure you request it. Only when bookstore managers see interest in a title will they begin to stock it on a regular basis.