“Treat others with respect and others will respect you.” -Anthony Douglas Williams
We’re flipping through our calendars right now in awe! What a fun fact for a bright, spring month. We hope you enjoyed taking a timeout today to share in this interesting trivia. Now, pass it on!
Yes, we smile more at home than we do at work, that’s probably pretty obvious. However, we do still smile quite a bit on the job. 30% of people in a recent study smiled 5 to 20 times a day, and 28% smiled more than 20 times during work hours.
“I love you – I am at rest with you – I have come home.” – Dorothy L. Sayers
“You are never too important to be nice to people.” – Jon Batiste
On June 28, 1919, this treaty was signed, officially ending World War I. Do you know it’s name? (The answer is hidden below.)
Happy Mother’s Day!
Have you been wanting to sink your teeth into a juicy historical romance novel?
If so, I’d recommend starting with Knight Secrets: The Knights of the Swan #1.
This book is available from AmazonKindle, Google, Nook, Apple or Kobo and tells the story of Lady Clarice Margrave and Sir Ranulf, Lord of Sedgewic.
Here’s an excerpt to get you in the mood:
“Sworn to protect the crown, a Knight of the Swan must never surrender — not even to love . . . England, 1415. Ordered never to leave the lonely tower on her family estate, Lady Clarice Margrave is suddenly set free when her home is plundered. Now she is determined to discover the truth behind her father’s alleged treason. But an act of daring only propels her into a new prison, with the very knight who destroyed her home as her keeper. Sir Ranulf, Lord of Sedgewic, is ruthless in his inquisition, though there is a searing tenderness in his touch. Is it possible her bold jailor is the Red Wolf of whom her father spoke—and the one man she might be able to trust?”
Intrigued? Order today and get reading! I don’t mean to brag, but this novel has a little bit of everything: action, adventure and of course, romance! I would be honored for you to explore the world that I’ve created!
How did you get into historical romance novels? Was it a friend, family member or something else? I’d love to hear about your personal experience!