Saturday, November 22, 2008

If you could go to a different time...

Hello, if you could time-travel to a different time, when/where would you go and why? Would you only observe from a distance, or would you like to live in that time for a bit?

Sunday, November 16, 2008


This is a flea-fur, a woman's fashion accessory, which was popular in the later 15th and 16th centuries.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Romeo vs. Juliet

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Saturday, November 8, 2008

Another Review for Romeo vs. Juliet

COFFEE TIME ROMANCE
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In an action-packed, historical fantasy, ROMEO VS. JULIET is a thrill. From beginning to end, ROMEO VS. JULIET captivates the reader, drawing them into the paranormal world the author created. Ms. Hogg’s characters are well developed and her writing is very entertaining. I personally liked how everything turned out in the end. A definite must read for lovers of romance with a touch of fantasy.
Steph
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
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Review for Romeo vs. Juliet

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Romeo vs. Juliet Wild Rose Press
Saturday, August 4th, 2007
REVIEWED BY:Singapore Sling

This book has one of the most intriguing opening chapters I’ve ever read. It starts straight into the action – eighteen year-old Josephine waking from a nightmare to see her husband – nineteen year-old Ambrose, who is originally from sixteenth century England, complete with Shakespearian language – saying goodbye and vanishing into a time portal. Josephine summons the portal keeper, Ambrose’s boss, and challenges him. The portal keeper has ordered Ambrose to undertake various assassination missions in different time periods, and Josephine isn’t happy about it.
So they strike a deal. The portal keeper will allow Josephine to arrive on the scene of Ambrose’s next kill ahead of him – and it’s up to her to make sure that the course of history as she knows it isn’t altered. Her task is full of risks – and of course, it pits her against her husband, who isn’t too pleased with the arrangement. Using the portal can also bring about memory loss – a plot device used to devastating effect throughout the course of the book....It’s difficult to describe this book, as it crosses so many genres – time travel, romance, historical, contemporary, action – and at the same time it defies any attempt at labelling. It’s fresh, it’s different, and it’s unlike anything I’ve ever read before. This is a good thing. A very good thing. I’m seriously impressed by how well Ms Hogg juggles so many plot-balls in the air without letting a single one drop.
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Racing through time

Ambrose works for Queen Elizabeth Ist and has searched the centuries for his beloved Josephine, from Cleopatra's court and Charlemagne's service to 1950s America and the twenty-second century. He has finally found her.

He takes his love from twenty-first century America back to Elizabethan England for a short while. These two have a steamy, deep love affair, and all is well until he does something terrible. She must chase him through time to stop his plan from coming to full fruition. She finds herself smack in the middle of different decades, and even centuries, and must dig deep to discover the strength to stop the man she loves.

With a mission she must complete or die trying, Josephine is called to be a hero and discovers her darker side.
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