Since Christopher Tobias' last access to popular music before Unexpected Danger was 1913, I thought I'd look into the sort of thing he might have heard. These are what I came up with. The Peelenium links are original recordings from the time period chosen to represent their time-periods in a millenium celebration (1999). http://peel.wikia.com/wiki/Peelenium_1912 http://peel.wikia.com/wiki/Peelenium_1913 … Continue reading 1912-13 and 1927-28 music for Unexpected Danger and its sequel
Britain’s Roaring 20’s music
This is the same group as before. A little more specific in geographical area, a little less on date. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeVAA05EuK4
Music of 1928
An interesting selection of music from the time of Unexpected Danger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3S7wcwSVaw
An interesting view of 1928 London
I found this on YouTube. It's a great snapshot of a time, including the styles of vehicles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEFte5-Mbi8
I've been trying to find information on courtroom procedure in the 1920's for a sequel to my historical romance, Unexpected Danger. I think I might have found good sources for the tendencies of English courts around that time. One is a book written in the 1960's about a court case in 1931, The Killing of … Continue reading Possible Goldmine
The “Accidental” Historical Romance Writer
Originally posted to the Romance Writers of America's Hearts through History forum. When you think about it, I'm a strange choice for a Historical Romance writer. I've never picked up a Harlequin in my life. I generally don't read Historical Romances (a few of my favorite paranormal romances have time-travel elements though). I live in Virginia, … Continue reading The “Accidental” Historical Romance Writer
Glitches cleared up!
Glitches fixed! HURRAY! Big thanks to Raylene B. at Smashwords for helping to fix the formatting issues! She really went above and beyond on this one! One step closer to release!
Author Interview on Smashwords
Come see my author interview on Smashwords.com. Thank you to Smashwords for the opportunity to reach out to others. https://www.smashwords.com/interview/lepugh
Why I cannot write a blog.
What a strange way to start a blog.