Pirates are an interesting lot in many ways. They’re criminals. They’re rogues. They’re mercenaries. They’re killers. They’re businessmen. They’re entrepreneurs. They’re smugglers. They are also very, very superstitious. Pirating was a democracy and it was this democratic way of running their ships that attracted a lot of sailors. Sailing for England’s Royal Navy was not all it was cracked up to be—especially for those on the lower rung of the ladder. If a pirate didn’t like the way things were run, a vote was taken and the captain could be voted off the island, so to speak. In other words, there were rules to follow on this democratic sailing vessel and a lot of those rules came about because of superstitions that were passed on from sailor to sailor, ship to ship and generation to … Continued
Today is the big day! The Notorious Lady Anne releases today. Whoo Hooo! I’m so excited that words cannot express it. And, to top it off, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. There is no better time for a romance author than Valentine’s Day. So to honor both my release day and Valentine’s Day, I am showing you a little peek into a very private scene between Emmaline (Lady Anne) and her love, Nicholas. You won’t find this anywhere else. Enjoy and happy Valentine’s Day!