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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Bound to the Highlander: Winner of 2013 TARA Award – Historical

Well last week certainly was a big one. I revealed my cover and won a contest! Why aren’t all weeks like that I ask you? Then again, isn’t there something about the harder the climb or some such adage? Anyway. The only thing I’m sure of is it was a damned fine week.

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MacKay Country

Book two of my Highland Chiefs series, Promised to the Highlander, is set in the north Highlands, primarily in Tongue. Needless to say visiting Scotland a second time, and during edits on book two, I was anxious to get all the way up there to scope out the landscape and visit the ruins of Castle … Continue reading »

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Cover Reveal: Bound to the Highlander

It’s my pleasure to share my shiny new cover for Bound to the Highlander! Take note of the brooch pin in the upper left hand corner. I will be giving it away during my blog tour in October. Stay tuned. I hope you like it! Only three weeks until release day and I’m getting very … Continue reading »

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West Highlands Scenic Drive

Our next destination was Kyle of Lochalsh. I have friends there and couldn’t wait to see them and their new darling little boy. The drive from Stirling west is absolutely stunning. Seriously, there are no words for the beauty of the landscape and smaller villages such as Balquidder and Glencoe. And don’t forget Glenshiel. Incredible. … Continue reading »

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Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument

Just a wee short drive from Edinburgh lies the original capital of Scotland. There’s no doubt this city is strategically located and like Edinburgh Castle, the one in Stirling is at a vantage point allowing an incredible view. View Larger Map We landed around lunch time and decided to see if we could leave our … Continue reading »

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Edinburgh and Rosslyn Chapel

Ahhhhhh, Edinburgh. One of my favourite cities on the planet. I would pack up the fam and move here in a heartbeat. View Larger Map After a long day travelling from Arras, France, we arrived at Dunstane House in time for a nice meal and a long nap. We spent the next day on the … Continue reading »

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