Author Archives: Rose McCauley

A Fragile Hope by Cynthia Ruchti

Cynthia Ruchti has been one of my favorite authors since her first book came out. She writes both fiction and non-fiction well, which is rare. I love to read both types of her books. The latest one I had the … Continue reading

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Catherine Castle on “When a Play Becomes a Book”

When a Play Becomes a Book By Catherine Castle Readers often want to know where we writers get our ideas. They are everywhere. Sometimes you even borrow from yourself. Take my newest book A Groom for Mama—it’s not an original … Continue reading

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Guestblog by Amber Schamel and Giveaway of Solve by Christmas!

When Your Character Is Weirder than You Blog Post for Rose Allen McCauley by Amber Schamel When I decided to write a detective character based loosely on Sherlock Holmes, I figured he’d be an odd duck. But Jasper Hollock ended … Continue reading

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Brenda B. Taylor’s A Highland Emerald and a Double Giveaway

My readers are in for a treat this week. Brenda B. Taylor is doing an eBook giveaway of her book A Highland Emerald and she is also hosting me on her blog today with a giveaway of The Courageous Brides … Continue reading

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The Copper Box Giveaway

Last week I did a review of my favorite new debut novel The Copper Box, so this week I have asked the author Suzanne J. Bratcher to share where she got her inspiration for this story! It was very illuminating to … Continue reading

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Book Review–The Copper Box by Suzanne J. Bratcher

Congratulations to Suzanne J. Bratcher for the best debut mystery novel I have ever read. When I got near the end I just had to keep reading to finally calm my heart! The characters and setting are so wonderfully drawn, … Continue reading

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