Today I’ve got my dear friend Susan Koenig visiting. She’s here to talk about her newest release, 1900. As you will see, doing a historical story isn’t as easy as sitting down at the computer and writing, it takes a lot of research.
Thank you Lindsay and Dakota for allowing me to ramble on your blog about the research I conducted for my recently published short story which begins onDecember 31, 1899.
Genre: Historical, Romance, Paranormal
The right love, the wrong time
December 31, 1899. At a dinner, hosted by her landlady, to celebrate the new century, Kathryn St. Clair meets sophisticated and handsome Gideon Thomas. He is a new lodger at the boarding house where she has settled since arriving in the city for a teaching position. His air of mystery speaks to her romantic imagination.
Later, over a game of Whist, they pay more attention to…
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