by Kristin Holt | Apr 6, 2016 | Articles
The more I study historic details of America’s past, the more I realize I don’t know–such as the common practice of suing for breach of contract when a young swain’s courtship derails and no marriage results. I was fascinated by newspaper accounts of settlements upon jilted brides, the dollar amounts sued for, common beliefs of the time period about courtship in general. Who knew courtship in nineteenth century America was such a legal risk?
by Kristin Holt | Nov 22, 2015 | Articles
This time of year, Christmas-themed novellas account for many of the new releases. Sometimes they’re all alone. Sometimes they’re part of an anthology with anywhere from 4 to 20 other titles. They’re obviously popular with readers. But WHY are Christmas Novellas ADORED by readers?
I suggest 15 top reasons why, and several readers added to my list. Now it’s quite complete!
by Kristin Holt | Mar 2, 2014 | Articles
March 2014 (only) Sale:
If you’ve not yet picked up my titles (3 at present), now is a great time to do so. This sale is part of a big promotion running March 2nd through 8th, for Read an eBook Week.