Tag Archive: Zoraida Grey

Fortune Tellers and Sooth Sayers

Before we get into the soothsaying, how about a $500 Amazon gift card?   If you answer “no, I don’t care anything about that” you can skip to the blog. It’s a scintillating discussion of divination techniques . . . . with pictures. If on the other hand, you are feeling lucky—Here’s the way to grab that cash. I’m participating in a little thing called March Mania with a wondrous wrack of writers—some romance, some paranormal and mostly both. To sign up to win the moohla, just click the picture below or use this link http://www.bestromanceauthorgiveaways.com/march-mania-giveaway/ Wow! Wouldn’t it be great to…
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Sorchia’s Love Potions and Charms (Courtesy of Granny Logan)

My offering for the Time For Love Blog Hop comes courtesy Granny Logan, a witchy old lady I happen to know quite well. To visit the rest of the fantastic posts on this blog hop, visit the Blog Hop Hub at CasiMclean.com . Read on to find out how to be eligible for a free copy of Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones–and Do Not miss the drawing for 2–Count ’em–2 $50 Amazon Gift Cards. If you drive to the end of a particular dirt road in the rugged hills of north central Arkansas and follow the path up a rocky…
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Snarkology Halloween Hop: Things that go Bump in Scotland

I can often be found pondering quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore.  Research is half the fun of writing for me. Indulging this passion takes up endless hours, provides fodder for numerous nightmares, and gives me a wicked edge in trivia games.  And you never know when some tidbit will come in handy in a story. My new release, Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones, takes place mostly in Scotland.  Here are just a few of the legendary creatures you’ll find lurking within the pages of Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones. The Blue Men of the Minch. Blue water sprites who…
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A Haunted Halloween Hop–Painted Lady Ghosts of Scotland

Welcome to my Stop on ABA’s Haunted Halloween Hop. Keep hopping by using the list of writers at the bottom of this post. My topic? Ghosts, of course. When I decided to write Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones, I wanted the series to be chock full of everything I love—haunted castles, men in kilts, witches, Scotland, did I mention men in kilts, and–lastly but not leastly–ghosts. A quick bit of research reveals that Scotland glows with female ghosts of various hues. I wanted to add a couple of ghosts of color, and thus, the Lilac Lady of Castle Logan was born—because I…
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