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The Stolen Empire series is a decedent look at one of history's most scandalous queens, Catherine the Great of Russia. Beginning with her humble origins and culminating with her coronation, this series offers a fanciful glimpse inside the life of the dynamic, strong young woman who won the hand of a king, the heart of a nation, and, ultimately, sacrificed her own innocence on the throne of an empire. The trials and tribulations of court life left their scars on young Sophie—the girl who would be Catherine, but she faced down every obstacle with the courage and grace of a queen. Don't miss the series dubbed a "must-read romance" by the USA Today and "An entertaining and racy read" by School Library Journal. Fans of the hit TV show REIGN will devour this scandalous glimpse into the life of one of the most vibrant women in history.
They listen to different music. They don’t understand social media. Many don’t text or even know how to use a smart phone. They’re of the era when making a call meant using a rotary dial on a wall-hung phone, when party lines still existed.
Most grandchildren don’t know what that even means.
I was raised by my grandmother. Almost sixty years spanned our age difference. She was conservative, traditional, opinionated, and yes, out of touch with my generation.
This month's Beautiful People interview is with Lucas Crandon, from from my novel, Aftermath.
After Emma Bennett relocates to Westport, Wisconsin, she befriends Lucas--the local bad boy. Lucas' wild reputation for partying and girls got him into trouble more than once. Most recently, he was arrested for drug possession.
Being the son of a police detective, Lucas moved in with his mom and stepdad, til things smoothed over. Let's see what he has to say today...
In case you missed my earlier posts, Beautiful People is a monthly blog linkup hosted by Paperfury and Further Up and Further In. Look for posts each month on the character from The Afterworld Saga.
If you’re in a crisis, who would you really like to see?
Lucas: Not my dad.
Really? Not your dad... I mean, he’s a cop.
**Lucas shook his head.**
Lucas: I guess it depends on what the crisis is. If I got into an accident, or had car trouble, then okay, maybe I'd call my dad. But my stepdad owns an auto body shop, so Ray would be the best person for that. My dad would rage into me for pretty much anything I did, so I'd skip telling him, unless I had to.
Sometimes I ramble, rant, or share secrets. Other times there's announcements or event news, tidbits or trivia. I'm inconsistent and quirky. But stop by often and see what's new.
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