It's Sunday so it's time for fresh excerpts. Readers - follow the links to find excerpts from new and interesting reads.Authors - post your link to #SampleSunday link here! This week the excerpt from…Continue
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Readers - discover new authorsAuthors - introduce yourself to readers.Each Sunday a community of authors post excerpts under the #SampleSunday hashtag.This week my excerpt (from 'A Dead Man's Debt')…Continue
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Readers - find excerpts to tempt your reading taste buds!Author - a platform to post excerpts. EXCERPT (PG rated) from 'A Dead Man's Debt' - historical romance. Meet Lady Ursula Black (Ranulf's…Continue
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This weeks Sample Sunday finds Ranulf after he rescued Celeste from a fire...but was he in time to save her life? (Taken from A Dead Man's Debt - historical romance.) …Continue
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Would You Break the Law?
Part 2 in my 'Smuggling' series poses the question: What would it take to make you break the law?
Posted on June 20, 2012 at 1:42pm
Mouse-skin eyebrows were an essential fashion accessory in the 17th century - but when you think about it, not so very different from fake eyelashes make of plastic!
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Posted on June 6, 2012 at 1:26pm
What do Queen Elizabeth and botox have in common? DEATHLY PALE - is the second post in "A Short History of Makeup." http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/deathly-pale-short-history-of-makeup.html
Posted on May 30, 2012 at 11:46am
This new series of blog posts takes a look at the history of makeup.
We start by looking at a fashion for bald foreheads...and consider how and why Queen Elizabeth I made herself into a style icon.
Posted on May 23, 2012 at 2:01pm