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!
I sat down in a Denver coffee shop recently to visit with Tina Lewis Rowe. Tina was the first woman to patrol the Denver streets in a police car. Twenty-five years later, she had worked her way to the rank of Captain. By the time of the Oklahoma City bombing, she was the President-appointed … More Free to a Good Home: Emilie Loring Books
Under this year’s Christmas tree was an intriguing present: “To Patti from Emilie Loring.” That would be some trick! Of course, I knew it was from my husband, but what had he discovered? A hardback I don’t have yet? Something from a Boston or Blue Hill gift shop? Excitedly, I opened the gift bag… and … More A Present from Emilie Loring
Sometimes, the past is more modern than the present. … More In Times Like These