"You mean, he’s not a Michael?"

I've done a little more genealogical digging. Ireland had a census in 1901 and 1911--so I put in information for my great-grandmother, Annie Talbot McManus, since I knew she didn't arrive in New York until 1912 (she of the famous almost-got-on-the-Titanic story). I found her, living in County Mayo with her aunt and uncle, at … Continue reading "You mean, he’s not a Michael?"

"It always seemed odd to me that romance protagonists, especially in historical romance, are so ethnically limited."

Yup, it's a double post day. Just bringing this over from an author interview (Zoe Archer) up on Word Wenches:"While I love all my heroes, the hero of Stranger is one of my all-time favorites. Catullus Graves and generations of his family have been making sophisticated and brilliant inventions for the Blades to use out … Continue reading "It always seemed odd to me that romance protagonists, especially in historical romance, are so ethnically limited."