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A Modern Scottish Castle Romance
Alec’s heir to Castle Glenhoolie. Claire’s an American journalism professor. They’re a world apart. Literally.
Getting to know each other isn’t without its perils, but while they’re figuring out each other, they also must deal with the threats to his family’s windfarm – a major investment – and Claire’s determination to talk with the eco-terrorist behind its possible collapse. Their competing ideas of duty could be their undoing.
How can they find their balance in this stand-alone sequel to The Winds of Glenhoolie?
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On sale at Amazon September 30, 2016.
Well, I finally “finished” Part Two of The Winds of Glenhoolie. “Finished,” I say with a wink and a nod, knowing that a book is never really finished until it’s on sale.
Now comes the hard part – accepting feedback from my editor and beta readers about this modern romance an an ancient Scottish castle. It isn’t that their comments are harsh, it’s just that the plot works so perfectly in my own mind that I hate to think everything may not be so clear-cut in someone else’s mind. Ah, well, that’s the life of a writer. And that’s certainly what the polishing stage is for. Best to get critiques early, before the book comes out, when plot holes and typos can be fixed.
I plan to share more about The Winds of Glenhoolie: Part Two as time goes on. As I do, I expect to ask your advice on key points. I hope you’ll respond.
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I just finished reading “A Dream of Harmony” by Debby Lee. This is a delightful short story of 33 pages, a sweet, inspirational romance with characters that are are lovingly drawn.
It tells the tale of Sharon, a half-Indian, half Caucasian girl, who is searching for a sister who was plucked from the family by child services some ten years earlier. As the story opens, Dr. Martin Luther King is assassinated. Sharon’s reaction to the news reverberates throughout this poignant story, as she reacts to the racial tensions of the times and the fears of never seeing her sister again. Sharon is aided by her childhood friend, Robert, who also disappeared from her life during childhood. Deeply attracted to his kind and handsome man, tension builds as the wrestles with fears commitment and the challenges of youth during the American 1960s.
Debby Lee gets the details right. This gentle story is lovingly drawn, beautifully written and so tender that, at times, it brought tears to my eyes.