I don’t know if there is anything as majestic and serene as a Spanish moss-covered oak in the South. This picture was taken at Brookgreen Gardens, south of Myrtle Beach, S.C., where I’m relaxing and working on my next Civil War novel. To see more photos of my trip see my Life in the Past Lane blog.
When I first visited the South, I fell in love with the beauty of scenes like this one. Thanks for reminding me of this special memory. It is exactly as you describe. 🙂
I saw your comment on my nieces blog. I was intrigued about your book so I got it for my daughter for Christmas. She loves historical fiction as do I. She loved it. I am reading it now and I also love it. Thank you for writing such a good romantic historical novel about the civil war period. Any more in the works?
Thank you so much for taking the time to comment, Paula. You can’t know how much it means to an author!
To answer your question, yes, I am working on another Civil War novel. Maybe next year?
I finished Shades of Gray and immediately started it over again! It was the perfect story for me. I’m not a reader, but I do enjoy Civil War history with a romance along the way. I could not put this book down from the moment I started reading! Could not have been more delighted with the careful, tasteful, touching style of this book. I’ve thought of Andrea and Colonel Hunter every day since my first time through the pages. Can’t wait for your next novel!