I believe Ms. Moore is a native of Scotland……
Too 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 and launched her Cornish Rogues series. 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/ She also signed with Hinovel.
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….
I want to be ‘Texican-Scottish’
Or at the very least, I’d like to borrow (For Texas) some of your landscapes…
(After all, London Bridge moved to Arizona, n’est-ce pas?)
Is there an app for that?
Then you can be Texican Scottish. The tartan winged ones say so. They might have trouble getting you the landscapes but hey….
Dr. Kevin Osborne B.A., B.Th., M.A., M.Div., Psy.D., Th.D. (Cand.) said:
Beautiful landscapes! I can see why you enjoy living in Scotland. There is Scottish in my ancestry on my mother’s side. She enjoyed singing Scottish songs. It made me happy to sing along with her.
Where did you get the idea for the intriguing title The Unravelling of Lady Fury? Who did the artwork for the cover?
Thanks for following my blog for some time now.
I hope you keep on having a beautiful life with your husband.
Thank you so much. And it is a pleasure to follow your blog. I love seeing so many different blogs from all the corners of this planet that we share. That’s wonderful you have Scottish ancestry and Scottish songs are good to sing along to. We do like spending time out in the wild scenery when we can. We will be getting back to Glencoe later this year and also heading over to Eigg to do some walking there too. But we are also lucky to have the Angus Glens on our doorstep. DO you know where your mum’s ancestors came from here? Lady Fury has had two covers. The original publishers had a different one on. When I got my rights back I bought the image from a site that sells them very reasonably, and got a designer on Fiverr who works for some of the big publishers to put it on the background I’d also found and add the trunk image, since that was symbolic. The title just came to me one day. I try with the title to sum up the book and she calls herself Lady Fury and I suppose the book is about how the clash with the man responsible for the way her life turned out, changes her, Again, thank you for the lovely comment and I wish you all happiness too.
Abbas Anwar said:
Thank you for visiting. Many favorite places on these pics.