Tag: Egypt

Have Carpet Bag – Will Travel

Going into the World by Evert Jan Boks (1838-1914), 1882.

Victorian ladies have a reputation for tight-laced respectability, but not all women of the era were content with home and hearth. Some ladies traveled the world, living their lives in far off lands like Egypt or India. Getting to such places was an adventure in itself. For example, a journey from London to Darjeeling in 1860 often took as long as a month and required passage on a combination of railways, steamships, dak carts, and bullock trains.[…]Continue Reading

A Modest Independence Release Day!

It’s release day for A Modest Independence, Book 2 in my USA Today bestselling Parish Orphans of Devon series! To celebrate, the eBook price is reduced to just $2.99 for the entire week. I’ll also be embarking on a virtual book tour next week, complete with reviews, interviews, and a special giveaway. […]Continue Reading

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