|Peeking out onto the Royal Mile.|
Duh. It wasn't set it stone.
|The Writers Museum|
|The Grassmarket. Guess what's up on the top of castle rock in the distance? ... The Castle|
You'll hear more about this over the next year. My trip to Scotland had one priority. Soak "it" up. Soak up the vistas, the sounds, smells, culture and meet the people. Now, each step my heroine makes takes me back to a street, a shop, a cafe, the bus, the tram... right down to the view out the window of her bedroom. And... it took me to the scene of the crime...
|The view out a window in the Archaeology Dept. at University of Edinburgh.|
|The view down onto the Cowgate from George Fourth Bridge|
With every word and scene, I get to visit once again!
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What about The Grand Canyon? I'd love to give away a copy of the Valentine Matchmakers Collection from Forget Me Not Publishing. Nine novellas, including both contemporaries and historicals, and each one a sweet romance. WHY NOT is set in 1914 when Grand Canyon Village was mostly a tent camp and a couple of fancy hotels.
This is an ebook collection only. Please comment if you'd like to be in the drawing (which ends Feb 3) Also, visit the Inkwell again on Feb 13 for our Valentine Matchmakers (Sort of ) Release Party. More prizes. Cute virtual waiters and chocolate on the keyboard.
Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B018QCI2AS
Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/Debra-E-Marvin-433266640199533
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Come back on Feb 13th for my Valentine Matchmaker Collection Release Party with Niki Turner, and a chance for a quilted table runner and book giveaways!