Let me take you on a journey to the lowcountry of SC during the Victorian era where a very wealthy young woman, Emma Victoria Brown, was born and raised on a large plantation with a family secret that could cost them all their very lives.
The story follows her through trials, love, laughter, and all the things that make life worth living.
It's about being strong and doing the right thing in the face of adversity.
Even Kramer seems interested:).
I have been performing excerpts from the novel throughout the
Southeast for nearly eight years now at various venues such as churches, museums, country clubs, and teahouses.
And now the book is available telling the rest of the story.
This past Saturday we were blessed with a lovely book signing event at
Time Well Spent tea house in Summerville, SC.
Hubby accompanied me:).
I always dress in Victorian era attire for book signings and performances.
Time Well Spent is one of those special places located in an 1890s Victorian house.
My latest dress, a little 1880s number.
The stained glass corner overlooking the gardens was a favorite spot...
for both of us:).
I truly appreciate all of my blogland friends who have left kind comments about my book.
I would like to share some info about the book and upcoming book signings.
The beautiful cover of the book is due to two incredibly talented men.
My dear friend, Richard Darby, took the photograph of the Live Oak tree for the cover.
The cover design was done by Shawn Collins at Tate Publishing.
I will be travelling this summer to Petersburg, VA, Mentor/Cleveland, Ohio, and Louisville, KY to do book signings.
If any of you live in or near these areas I would love to meet you!
For more information on book signings or to purchase a signed copy of the book visit: