Tag Archives: The King’s Damsel

Found in Translation

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. The contents of this post have been in my “blog topics” file for quite a while now. I’ve been trying to decide if this topic was blogworthy or not. I alternate between thinking this text … Continue reading

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Kate Emerson, Video (and Audio) Star

Kaitlyn Dunnett, as many of you know, is a pseudonym. And some of you also know that I write non-mystery historical novels under a second pseudonym, Kate Emerson. Sometimes this triple identity thing gets a little confusing. Most of the … Continue reading

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Hand Fasted Homicide

Hand Fasted Homicide was my original title for Bagpipes, Brides, and Homicides. The argument against it was that readers wouldn’t know what hand fasting was. As it turns out, even people who think they understand the term have a few … Continue reading

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On Serendipity . . . and Research

I had what I hoped would be an amusing post all ready for today, Monday, on local pronunciations of such Maine place names as Madrid, Avon, and Lewiston (among other things), but I’ve put it on the back burner because … Continue reading

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