A native of Scotland, I believe -About

I believe Ms. Moore is a native of Scotland……

sheyseToo right namesake author Erin Moore! Shehanne is a Dundonian by birth, stayed over the water in Newport-On-Tay for a while and now lives in Broughty Ferry, with her husband Mr Shey. She has two daughters and three very special grandbabies.

What hasn’t she worked at while pursuing her dream of becoming a published author, which was why she was delighted to sell The Unraveling of Lady Fury to Etopia Press six days after subbing it  She sold her second, His Judas Bride on the day Lady Fury released. Since then Shehanne has launched her London Jewel Thieves series with  Loving Lady Lazuli, started a new Time Mutants series with Soul Mate publishing. and having acquired the rights to her four Etopia titles, recently set up Black Wolf Books.  Shehanne also recently signed a non exclusive contract with eGlobal Creative Publishing  for the serialization of her former Etopia titles and all future works in the Asian webnovel market. https://www.eglobalcreativepublishing.com/

When not writing intriguing historical romance, where goals and desires of sassy, unconventional heroines and ruthless men, mean worlds collide, Shehanne loves spending time with her family,  hugging inn signs in her beloved Scottish mountains, she plays the odd musical instrument, makes driftwood art with driftwood collected from the shore,  and loves what in any other country, would not be defined, as hill-walking….


121 thoughts on “A native of Scotland, I believe -About”

  1. Thank you for nominating me for the ABC Award. I have finally passed it on! Here is what i wrote. Smiles.

    I have nominated you for the A B C Award for blogging. I hope you will accept this award and pass it along to other deserving blogs. Please visit the page below to read the details. Thanks for your great work!

  2. Hi there.

    First of all, you probably already know how incredibly envious i am of you living in that wonderful place, God’s own country, especially having spent a week or so up there in Glen Coe just very recently (apart from enjoying the stunning surroundings, I did lots of writing too in the evenings, except for one when I was huddled up in a bivvi), so I won’t dwell on that.. it’s easy t see where you get much of your inspiration from though….

    Anyhow, that’s what brings me here – I wasn’t quite sure where to post this so I settled on right here. I’d really like to read and review one of your books, but as they’re quite a long way outside my usual genres (which I’m trying to expand upon), I was just wondering if you’d like to recommend one, one that you think would be best suited to someone reading you for the first time…


    • Firstly Paul, How wonderful to hear from you over here! I know from your inspirational posts you love it up our way. Glencoe is a favourite place on earth for me. In every weather. We’ll…as you say….avoid the bivvy night. The weather is purty changeable there. Goes with the turf. But hey…gives lots to write about once you get over the hypothermia!

      Okay. Loving that my books are outwith your usual genre. I’m actually humbled that you are considering reading them. I would say I don’t …er …quite do the norm that way. I just can’t. I should provide the hard hat here. Especially to anyone considering me for the first time! I’m actually surprised that some men do read me though!

      Ok.. I guess it depends what you are after. His Judas Bride and Loving Lady Lazuli are darker than Fury, although they all have characters who don’t have much more to lose, except the one thing they are desperately holding onto. When I say dark, they are more impossible romps than anything with a lot of black humour. I do leave the bedroom door open but I don’t centre the book on that.
      His Judas Bride is set in Glencoe. I may have called it Lochalpin but it is Glencoe and I was heavily inspired by the area to write it, using several places. Lazuli is in Berkshire. Fury ..Genoa.
      Lol…isn’t this just no help at all? !!

  3. lol.. Possibly a cigarette paper’s difference between help and no help, but based purely on the Glen Coe connection, I’ve opted for ‘His Judas Bride’… It’ll probably be about three weeks before I get round to actually reading/reviewing it but as I’m sure some of the authors I’ve already reviewed would tell you, that’s pretty much the norm unfortunately – tweeted and on my kindle and TBR now as we speak…

    Best wishes

    • Paul, you’re a sweetheart really. You didn’t have to do that. Especially as I’m as much help as a soleless shoe up a mountain. Totally gobsmacked at your interest and kindness. next time you’re up in the Glen lemme me know. if I’m there we could grab a drink in the Boots bar! We’re back not this weekend but next. Thank you for tweeting too. Yir a gent . Hugs xx

  4. Awww thanks. You’ve always been kind enough to take the time to’like’ and comment on some of my posts, and besides, it gives me the opportunity to read something new and exciting, and even possibly learn from for my own writing. I’ll give you a shout next time I’m up your way again, just so long as you’re not too put off by me probably turning up in my dirty old mud covered land rover (though I’m sure most people are probably used to them in Scotland).

    Best wishes as always,

    • heavens Paul, you any idea what I can come off the hills like? I’m not going there about the last time. Thank you. truly. It’s a pleasure to read your posts. And you’re very good to writers.

  5. Gorgeous pics! 🙂

  6. Hugs xxxx

  7. Thumbs up!!! leaving for Glencoe first thing tomoz. Will get that post done when I get back. Thanks again and congrats yourself

  8. Hello! Just dropping by to nominate you for the Versatile Blogger Award!

  9. Bonjour SHEHANNE
    L’amitié c’est une main qui vous soutient
    Dans la douleur et le désarroi
    Sans trahison
    C’ est une oreille qui écoute
    Tantôt votre peine, tantôt votre joie
    Et au plus proche de vous pour vous soutenir
    C’est un regard qui vous regarde
    Jusqu’au plus profond de votre âme
    Et qui cherche à vous comprendre
    C’ est un coeur qui s’ ouvre
    Et jamais ne se referme
    Sans en être le juge
    Très belle journéeée mon Amie ou Ami
    Quelle belle amitié ces petits oiseaux et quel partage

  10. I will start with the Vikings book. I suspect they might be my ancestors:)
    Your country is beautiful and Edinburgh is one of my favorite places.

    • You are an absolute darling and from a fell bonnie place yourself. I know I have some Viking ancestors cos my dad had a tendon condition that is apparently ladi at their door. Maybe we are related !!!!x

      • I have no doubts we are related thanks to Vikings 🙂 Look forward to reading your book. Starting tomorrow night ( a few pages left to finish of the previous one). Thank you for writing! Sharing your gift is the purpose of life.

    • Also, huge lines of my mother’s family were from Ireland. The Moores were from Cavan, the Lees from Derry and then…well the Morgans said they were Irish. They are a mystery though.

  11. Thanks for all the photos! They’re lovely (including the one of you), and make me more determined than ever to come back to Scotland someday. I love your style (writing and blogging–looked around a little bit). Thanks for the visit today and for the Kev post recently.

    • Elouise! How lovely to meet you. Kev does so much unsung work for everyone else, I wanted to do something for him. I love that you have been to Scotland. Your post was so nice to read in every way. You’re too kind re the photos and everything else but I hope if you come back you let me know. xxxxx

  12. Bonjour mon Ami ou Amie SHENANE

    Le sourire c’est un rayon de soleil
    Comme un brin de lumière
    Qui descend sur la terre
    Il apporte dans le cœur
    Un instant de bonheur
    Bonne et agréable matinée
    Avec une superbe journée

    Belle semaine à venir



  13. Coucou et bonjour SHENANE

    Je ne suis guère présent
    Je passe chez toi malgré tout
    Pour déposer une petite pensée
    J’espère être une petite note de gaité
    Pour agrémenter ta journée ainsi que ta semaine
    Même si les mots pleurent
    Je te laisse un sourire
    Pour apporter dans ton cœur
    Un petit instant de bonheur
    Bon début de semaine

    Bisous d’amitié

  14. Amazing photographs! I love how the land we live in, whether by birth or choice, influences our writing.

    • Jean, how lovely to meet you. I was just over reading all about you again because what you’d said about where you grew up had struck a chord earlier. The bit about meeting places as a writer especially. Now you’ve left this comment which is it exactly. It is so true. We do love the land we live in because it shapes us–it’s more than just pride–and it does influence what we write. I’m no photographer. The scenery so just so stunning, it’s hard to get a bad picture of it.

      • Ha! Yes, it’s a big help when the land is so photogenic. The land has always resonated as a piece of the fantastic to me: when I was a child, my favorite outdoor game was to imagine myself in Narnia. The land is full of magic, when one takes the time to sense it.

      • Lolf, for me it’s a big help that the land is photogenic! The land is full of magic, you are so right. Glencoe where the mountain pics are from, is a place of the most savage grandeur. Yet you go explore the lands on the other side of it and they are so very different. It’s as if some almighty fist reached down and grabbed up the earth and stone to create Glencoe. I see we must have been similar children. I was always imagining myself somewhere else. I also thought yesterday, what you said about what you had as a child growing up place wise. I grew up in one of the kind of area they built to replace the city slums. In many ways it was like living in an outpost. Going right back there weren’t even shops, Just a row of sheds selling things. There were no buses on Sundays. Talk about a world that’s gone.

  15. Catherine Townsend-Lyon, Author said:

    Thank you for stopping by and taking a peek over on my blog. I have two. I live life in recovery, and I am a book promoter many fine authors. I am always happy to stop by your fabulous website “-)

    And? I wish I could find the time to write so I can get my second and third books out. And I love reading about your life in Scottland, a destination on my “bucket list!” LOL.
    Stop by my book promo blog anytime. We have many genre offerings 🙂

    Author & Recovery Columnist, Catherine Townsend-Lyon XO

    • Oh my, Catherine, you have totally made my day here in freezing cold, blitzed– I would like to say kissed– by hailstones Scotland. But no this is a blitzing. You are very very kind. It means so much to me if someone likes coming by. I am coming right over to your blog, richt the noo as we say. I wish you the best in getting your other books out. Writing isn’t just a touch biz, you have to be on top of everything in order to get the words bashed out don’t you? I have never been more aware of that than right now with a looming deadline to deliver a book.I can’t just say, oh I have done so many words today, time out. Anyway, I am off to see all your blogs xxx

      • Catherine Townsend-Lyon, Author said:

        LOL … Well, I don’t like deadlines myself. But I did take on a new project which helps me stay in “in recovery!” … I am a new columnist for In Recovery Magazine and my first column debuts in the June Issue… So now I have deadlines … YIKES! LOL.

        It only comes out quarterly, so I have 3 months to interview recovery writers & authors for: “The Authors Cafe” … I enjoy it! Very different than just righting articles or a book.

        I hope you enjoy exploring my blogs. And Now I can say I have a new friend in Scotland! My very first XOXO


      • Love it re the Scottish friend. You do indeed. AND I will be using your services when the next book releases. Best of with the June issue, YIKES and all. Sometimes you just need to leap from the cliff… (well, sort of…… Well? Whose idea to break a leg was this?) Seriously, the very best on this column to you xx

    • Ps, you are a brave lady, you write so honestly x I checked your promo sight. Have book arked it. Will get a proper look later tonight. Thank you for leaving the link x

  16. Likewise lovely to meet a fellow Scot. Love your blog, not a genre I have read much in the past, but your blog and writing certainly draws me in and interests me. Look forward to reading more of your work, Iain 🙂

    • Iain, yir very kind. BTO it ain’t a genre I’ve read much myself but there, why worry about such things? I love that you have film reviews and artwork etc as well as writing on your blog. Plenty to dip into there and yes it is good to meet a fellow Scot. Tell yah we seem thin on the ground. x

  17. so glad I happened onto your blog – love the fun & adventurous spirit here 🙂

  18. Bonjour ou Bonsoir ★* *★ SHEHANNE

    Ce jour
    J’écoute Le Vent

    Me souffler des mots puissants et attachants
    A mon oreille il est venu me murmurer

    Des élans d’amitié avec des envies de liberté

    Me dire combien notre amitié compte entre toi et moi
    Une Amitié avec un grand A
    je te souhaite une excellente journée ou soirée’
    Une douce belle journée si je suis de journée

    Ou une tendre nuit si mon passage est du soir

    Gros bisous


  19. the place looks nice, love the picture pf the the forest 🙂

  20. Hey Shehanne,

    You paid a flying visit to my Blog and left a like on Love Part 2, thank you, and so I returned the favour, took a stroll Northwards, crossed the wall and headed for the Tay. Dundee is a City that I greatly enjoyed very much during a two week busman’s holiday back in 2012 working for my 9-5 employer. Broughty Ferry a beautiful location found at the end of a long walk from Dundee City itself. The photographs you present brought back happy memories. The Memorial on the Dundee Law became a favourite spot as daily I would ascend the steep rise and watch sunrise from this amazing vantage point. (I have a photograph of it on my Gallybloggers site at https://bwbachandtheraven.wordpress.com/for-interest/) Another spot equally as captivating and affording wonderful views being the Observatory of course. A fascinating visit for sure and staffed by very knowledgeable and welcoming people.

    I guess whilst I am here I should read a little of your work and enjoy a feast of sassy, bonny heroines supping Iron Bru from brown-paper bags and eating girders! 🙂 Only teasing.

    Take care in all ways always. Until next time…

    Namaste 🙂


    • Oh, my goodness, I live in Broughty Ferry. five mins walk from the Castle. And the view from the Law is beautiful in any weather. I’m smiling because I’ve just stepped into a play set in Dundee, after a pull out and my first lines are about the Law. The observatory is a gem and very much a hidden one. I had lots of happy times there as a kid. Lovely to speak to you. Thank you for leaving this comment. I am coming over to see your photograpsh.

      • Hey Shehanne,

        Curious indeed, literally seconds before your reply hit my notifications I popped back to view your blog. As I landed on the site your comment came through. We have a connection, excellent, and one apparently linked by the Law 🙂

        Ah yes Broughty Castle, can’t believe you live so close, it’s possible our paths have already crossed without ever knowing! The Castle is a fascinating place, loved the armoury and weapons display there…a fab little place to while away a happy hour or two, the look out tower affords an excellent view out across the bay. I liked Broughty Ferry very much, in fact Dundee was quite special altogether: from the soft lilt of the East coast accent to the Art Gallery (bursting with discoveries) and onwards to the Observatory. I have happy memories.

        Indeed, lovely to ‘speak’ to you as well…the synchronicity and concurrence of our ‘conversation’ is quite fascinating: I love it when stuff like that happens! 🙂

        Thank you for taking a peek at Gallybloggers….I am just on my way there to reply…and thank you for your Blog and the characters and compositions here. I wish you sincere best wishes with the new book and all future endeavours. May your personal success story keep growing!

        Enjoy the bank holiday!

        Namaste 🙂


      • Dewin, I popped over to your lovely blogs as you know and I wish you all the best too. Thank you for your kind good wishes. I lived in Broughty Ferry when I was first married, then we moved across to Newport-On-Tay, moving back here about two and half years ago. We were very lucky not just to find a house so close to everything but nice and quiet too, but to get that house. Dundee is a nice city, size-wise and handy for other places too and the art gallery is a fav. In fact I have also taken my ‘fan’ there. I am so glad to speak to you and find a kindred spirit about my city,

      • Hey Shehanne,

        The pleasure is mine, thank you. I never ventured to Newport-on-Tay but did spend time in Broughty…a great spot to live and enjoy life, and all but a short-drive, or long-stones throw from the City….the best of both worlds. Very pleased to hear you found your ideal house and have fashioned it a home. May she always provide you both with happiness and pleasure.

        Having moved 49 times in my life, I know a thing or two about lucky finds regarding flats and houses, and how the best places wait for us to find them and make them a home. I think I have one or two more moves in me before i’ll consider settling…I’ve a tramps heart at heart, feet that love to wander and a head that lives in wonder most of the time. No idea where I will be blown to next, but look forward to the discoveries I’ll make and the people whom I am destined to meet. That’s the way I roll 🙂

        Lovely to chat, and thank you for making me welcome here as well. I look forward to catching up again shortly.

        Take care of one and all (‘fans’ included), and look after that City on your doorstep, she is a small treasure for sure.

        Namaste 🙂


      • 49 times? I take my hat off to you Dewin but if you love to wander, and go where the wind takes you, why not? I was very sad to leave our last home and I thought I would never be lucky enough to get another house as nice. But it was as if this house was waiting for us, despite the fact there was a queue of viewers and we had to stand in that queue that day. The house had been neglected and when we stepped inside I felt it saying, ‘I want them. I want her to make me feel loved again.’ It has taken a while to do it up but I am there now. Newport On Tay was nice but the facilities here are so much better. I will look after the city and you, look after yourself too in all your travels. x

      • Hey Shehanne,

        I congratulate you on being receptive to your own intuition and for being sensitive enough to hear the house call your name. Having invested so much time, energy, and money into your property, it does sound as though you are truly settled and will enjoy a wonderfully happy, peaceful, and harmonious stay within her homely walls. I offer sincere best wishes in all ways for always to you and all those who sail beneath her slated roof. Good luck, and bon voyage, as they say here in Wales lol 🙂

        As for my wanderlust…perhaps one day I’ll find and fashion a physical home to compliment the spiritual home I carry with me always in my heart. I currently reside in a small hilltop flat in Wales, UK, with a panoramic view across the City where I live. I’ve named it Bryn Myrddin (Merlin’s Hill) a non-de-plume relating to my ancestry and former ownership of a similar titled house built in the shadow of Bryn Myrddin itself. I do like it here very much, but know it will not be forever.

        And thank you Shehanne, I will endeavour to take care and look after myself, my friends and family, and those whose path crosses mine. I wish you similarly as well.

        Brightest blessings for the week ahead. Take care.

        Namaste 🙂


      • Merlin’s Hill? I love it. It speaks of magic that is old as it probably is. I am truly settled. Having lost one house–my husband wasn’t very well at that point–I do not intend to lose another. Thank you for your kind blessings. I am glad to have blown in here. And yes, it has been quite a task doing it up. Maybe one day you will find your spiritual home but it sounds as if the wandering spirit in your blood is strong and Bryn Myrddin is one of many hills you will roam. Brightest blessings to you too for the week.

      • Hey Shehanne,

        Real Magik is timeless and eternal and all around us just waiting to be intuited and used to positive ends. I know you know this to be true because it appears within your creative writing 🙂

        We had the decorators arrive at the flats this week to freshen the interior décor with a splash of paint. I asked one of the boys if they’d stencil Bryn Myrddin on my door, but alas the company who own the flat I rent weren’t able to entertain the request. So instead I’ve now added the name to my correspondence details just so I can have a smile each time the post arrives 😀

        I am so very pleased to hear you have settled and have every positive and purposeful intention of keeping your cosy home and journeying with her into the future. It must be equally as wonderful to have that degree of stability in your life as it is for me to have wonderlust…both bring untold rewards and riches beyond mere wealth alone. I trust hubby’s health has improved and will always stay that way: no doubt the love you share offers you both strength in heart, mind and soul. May good fortune, good health and good luck always bless you both.

        Thank you for best wishes and blessings. I return those sentiments with equal sincerity. Take care of one and all.

        Namaste 🙂


  21. Dewin, that is such a lovely comment. May good fortune and health smile upon you. And may there always be magic in your life. I had to smile about the decorators. Some things don’t change. I was reminded of how growing up, my parents rented and like that every so often the decorators would come. There was no choice of anything, not even the paint colour. You should just get a nice nameplate done, or put your stencil in a frame and hang it on the door. (Sorry to suggest anarchy!) Bryn Myrddin is too good to ignore xx

  22. What wonderful photos!

  23. Stellar photos and account. Peace in 2018.

  24. I loved it, thanks!

  25. I love all the pictures my smexy follower. Congratulations with your success in writing and in life in general. In reference to the comment above, yes there are enough Romance writers already..not enough Smexy ones.. Best wishes for continued success!

    • Aw, I am thrilled to be your smexy follower! It’s great following your blog actually. I do love the way you do it. And thank you so much for you kind good wishes. Best bit about this biz is the folks I meet along the way from all over this planet we share.

  26. Many years late on this, sorry. This is such a wonderful post. It brings back so many memories for me. Been to so many of these locations. Had far too many malts in the Clachaig Inn. You have encouraged me to dog out my old photos.

    • Get them oot!!!! Been nearly ‘kilt’ on more Glencoe mountains than I will talk about .BUT I aye get back to the Clachaig for that pint after. What a place. Going back end of April with palz–low level walkers– and then …back again in Aug with the Mr. to not get kilt some more. The Clachaig is a fav place on earth. So many happy happy times there x ( okay and many too many times too. But that is what that whole experience of risk and beauty is about… x)

  27. What a liar, you´re Irish!

  28. May… A large chunk of my ancestors were though. x

  29. awesome pics

  30. What a wonderful introduction of the author..!!
    Nice to meet you and great to know about the beauty called Scotland.. 😀
    Thank you for sharing and visiting my blog.. Hope to learn more from you about your intriguingly unconventional style and more.. 🙂

    • Firstly, thank you so very much for following me. One the things I like best about this business is speaking to and connect with people from all over this beautiful planet that we share. So this is lovely to meet you and for you to have taken the trouble to read my blog, follow it and even better comment. Scotland is beautiful but every place has a different beauty and that is why I am especially fond of blogs like yours. Believe me, I am going to enjoy your posts. x

      • What should I say.. I mean I am simply floored..!!
        Thank you so much Madam for such an opulent praise and encouragement..!! Really appreciate you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to go through my blogs..!!
        I agree with you regarding the plus point of blogging.. It feels good to know about different cultures, places and people through blogs.. Your style reflects the efforts you put in to make a travel blog markedly different and intriguing..!!
        Look forward to your adventures, and of course, to visiting and exploring the unexplored places and experiences in Scotland.. 🙂

      • I think learning about different cultures brings the world together. And sometimes that is sadly lacking. It is a pleasure to read a well written, informative blog with a love of the subject. I like how your blog is not just showing your love and knowledge but looking at some other aspects of tourism. Right here in Scotland, there is a bi problem in Edinburgh right now with over-tourism, people unable to get houses because it is all Air B & B’s. People sometimes hardly able to move actually when the Festival and Fringe is on. SO don’t say anything. I mean what I say. You have no idea how it makes my day if someone comes by, reads a post and comments so there you go. You have made mine today.

      • (hope you don’t get angry at me since I didn’t follow your order of not saying anything)
        I am on cloud 9 for sure..!! The feeling is mutual, you have made my day as well.. 😀 Honestly.. 🙂 Tapadh Leat..!!

  31. gosh I am bossy, but glad no-one takes any notice. I will be over to rad more of your wonderful blog and learn more too, later today. It’s a promise.

  32. Hi Shehanne,

    I am charmed already by your about page and I haven’t even begun to read your work. That will begin this evening I am sure. It appears that we are both in love with our mountains yours in Scotland (which I have yet to visit), and mine in Colorado. Your pictures are beautiful. Happy to have come across your work, thanks to Resa. I will leave you with one of my favorite artist (and sometimes voice teacher) doing a wonderful song about Scotland.


    • OMG ..first of all you give me here JR Richards of Dishwalla. You have no idea of how much I love them and how I have ALL their
      CDs and how their Angels and Devils song is one of my top five songs, especially the acoustic version or how JR Richards was once kind enough on Facebook to thank me for saying so.I have my reasons for loving the words of this song. After that I am indeed a mountain climber. Sometimes not very sensibly, I do admit. AND when me and the MR do go doing these things in Glencoe, not the best place either to do these things, we aye end up eventually in a place where the whole bar stands and sings this song because it is that kind of a place, one of the best on Earth that way. I was reading your Whitby Ladies earlier…coming back tomorrow and for as long as it takes to read every post and all of yours… been to Whitby too. I just want to say I loved it. I loved your words, your imagery, everything. I said to Resa, it was exactly my kind of read. So you have no idea how glad I am to meet you on here. xxxx

      • So I know JR just a little bit. I take voice lessons from him occasionally by Skype. He follows my blog as does his mum, and occasionally he comments. A little inside voice info, he takes voice lessons from Andrea Bocelli, and he told me Axel Rose and Sting do as well. I thought that was really cool. Anyway not name dropping I am sure he knows many many people, just thought as a fan you would enjoy the inside information. You never know on here do you? I also have John Waite from “The Babys” fame that comes in occasionally but have never had any dialogue with him. I too am a great fan of J.R. but have to give my Mrs. credit, she was a fan before I and basically got me into Dishwalla. “Angels or Devils” is also her favorite. Sounds like if we lived near, you and your MR. and me and my MRS. would get along fabulously. So I started a new Whitby piece today, its a busy week so not sure if I will get it done, but because of Resa and yourself it got me going. Thank you. I will need to go and download your books, I think my MRS. might enjoy them as well. Very happy to have met you on here as well, already feel like we have known each other for a bit. Daniel

      • You are not name dropping at all. In fact I ma glad you shared the song because I had no idea he’d recorded it. And it is a song many of us over here regard as our unofficial anthem. I never said but I will now that I think he has a wonderful voice. It so matches their sound. Opaline is a fav album of mine and also my older girl, who heard it once in the background and thought WOW. Of course Angels and Devils is on it and I love the full works there. Their sound, as a band, is so appealing. The acoustic version is more ‘personal’ in a way. SO I have them both. I do think I would fair get along with your missis and if we lived closer we would get along wonderfully. You both could come to Glencoe for starters, seeing as you love your mountains for starters. I rather think you’d like the place we stay there. They have live music on a Sat night in the bar that’s beloved of all the outdoors’ folks who stay there. A gantry selling every type of whisky and beer. I am very happy to meet you, especially on Resa’s. She is a wonderful lady in every way. Glad you are starting another piece. Your imagery, your language is delicious you know. A real treat to read. I will be back to read more today. it is very kind of you to want to read my books. I don’t write traditional historical romance. I chose that genre at the time as a way in. Even then I thought after nearly getting with one of the big publishers THEIR way. Nah,. I can’t do this. I have to do it my way. And that’s people. People in all their flawed, unself-aware, shortcomings.

  33. Wow. How versatile

  34. Beautiful photos!

    • Ianus, thank you so very much. That is really kind and please accept my apologies for not getting to your comment sooner, all the WP mails were in spam yesterday. i did wonder why i had no mail!

  35. I love your pics. Those trees, lakes and mountains remind me of my short stay at the lovely Loch Tay area a few years back when I lived in England. I enjoy your blog, and even though I’ve not read any of your published work, I believe that the more strong smexy heroines and heros flying around, the better! So I am a fan! I also admire the way that those little hamsters manage your blog– I wondered if they had to be specially trained, or whether it is all down to natural talent?! And just to say thank you for popping along to my blog, and for all the likes 🙂

  36. That is so very kind of you. Truly. Lovely to speak to you. Loch Tay is a beautiful area. you can tell I am big on the hills, lakes and mountains. Been out and about on them a bit recently. must get more pics up. Ah the little dudes? They happened by accident one blog, so I left them cos people seemed to like them. You ahve a very nice blog yourself, never pushy, just the right tone about many of the environmental concerns we share, and the right focus on how to do our bit for the planet and our own health. So YOU keep up the good work too. Again, thank you much for this lovely comment xxxxxx

  37. Thank you for dropping by Shehanne, that is so kind of you. What you have is so beautiful, I will drop by later to see more of Moore❣️

  38. Good Evening Boss Lady..!! 🙂 🙂
    I have tagged you for the Travel Photography Challenge. Can’t wait further to see your fantastic pictures.. xxxx
    You can check the post here:

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