Greetings at the threshold of summer! The internet has been dodging raindrops here all morning–now afternoon–and I’ve lost this post several times already. But I have just finished two months of family caregiving, followed by a basement clean-out and the start of a remodeling project. I shall not be deterred by a bit of dodgy … More Happy Landings Newsletter
After a harsh winter, hopeful signs of spring abound. Some of the happiest are the latest Emilie Loring editions on Kindle: For All Your Life and With This Ring. Each book that comes out gives me a little lift; I’m so happy to have them available! (Click on their titles to read their reviews.) Before … More Spring Always Comes
This week, we’ve seen two more Emilie Loring titles come out on Kindle. The first is My Dearest Love, one of my favorites of the books published after Emilie Loring’s death. Its nostalgic, New York cover reminds me of Beth Gilbert and Chris Bradford’s momentous day together. This was her day, their day. She was … More Copyrights and Copy-wrongs
First, some happy news! Thirteen more Emilie Loring books will be published as ebooks! There will also be a print-on-demand feature, if you prefer a paperback copy. I don’t have the list yet, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed for some of my favorites. Tell your friends and neighbors! Now, on to today’s post… I awoke … More Dreaming of Maine as the Snow Falls
Now home after nearly three months of travel to Colorado, Oregon, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, I ventured out in my neighborhood to buy groceries and turned around after a block. Too icy! I need to unpack, reassemble my study, and “Marie-Kondo” the rest, but while I’m doing that, I have a project for you. … More Ice-day Emilie Loring Contest
The phone rings. It’s Hollywood calling. They want to bring an Emilie Loring novel to the silver screen for the first time, and as an Emilie Loring expert, you’re asked to weigh in on the cast. You can have any actors from any time periods. Who do you see in your movie? Here are some … More Who Would You Cast in the Movie?
Emilie Loring’s Washington, D.C. novels are on my mind this week, as I visit the nation’s capital. One year after its first publication, It’s a Great World! was syndicated in U.S. newspapers, complete with illustrations. They’re not how I imagine Jeff and Eve to look, but it’s fun to have pictures! (If you haven’t read this … More It’s a Great World–Illustrated!