Looking Back and Ahead

Janus is the Roman god of beginnings and transitions. He’s characterized by having two faces – one that looks forward, and one that looks behind him. It’s appropriate, then, that our month of January is named for Janus, as the new year … Read More

December 18, 2014: Guest Blog: Lady Suzan Rosanna Catron de Lawedre of the Bass

The Dear Austen Costume, or, All your Pin Money for a Simple Gown! by Lady Suzan Rosanna Catron de Lawedre of the Bass If I could release a long exasperated sigh at the fashion sense of my great-grandniece and goddaughter … Read More

The Dear Austen Costume, or, All your Pin Money for a Simple Gown!

Guest Blogger: Lady Suzan Rosanna Catron de Lawedre of the Bass If I could release a long exasperated sigh at the fashion sense of my great-grandniece and goddaughter in respectable company, I fear I would never inhale again, since it … Read More

December 4, 2014: The Cost of a Pedicab for a Chat Chit in San Diego

She was standing on the doorstep waiting for me by the time I was halfway down the front walk. Gail Warner is not the type to wait for the doorbell and answer as if your arrival is a surprise when … Read More

November 2, 2014: Bingley and Darcy walked into a bar… La La Land

Sometimes you’ve been down that road before. In the case of Monterey to San Luis Obispo, that was the case, so we’d seen some of the main tourist sights down the road, but had missed the 17-mile Drive, so that … Read More

Everything Is Beautiful at the Ballet (?)

“Everything is beautiful at the ballet.“ – “At The Ballet” from the musical, A Chorus Line The Muse, my debut novel, is set in a professional ballet company. I am not a professional ballerina, but from the the age of 5 … Read More

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