~ Historical Romance ~
One wonderful way to travel is back in time. What a pleasure it is to curl up and sink into a distant period where the dress, food and customs are different but where the personalities, motivations and desires are recognizable. The central delight, of course, comes from experiencing a romance—be it fiery or friendly but always fraught—as the hero and heroine bring love to life within the social and political dynamics of their time and place.
~ Time-Slip ~
timeslip (n.)—a rift in the fabric of time that allows a person to experience significant events from a previous time period, especially from a previous lifetime; may be triggered when important people or objects from that previous time period come in contact with one another.
~ 21st Century ~
Follow my contemporary novellas, inspired by the series of international cities . . .
~ Non-Fiction ~
My non-fiction is continuous with my fiction in three respects. First, as a professional linguist, I love language as much as I love the language of love. Second, I have long been devoted to exploring the history of my discipline, and this disciplinary exploration parallels my devotion to writing historical novels.