RECENT GUEST POSTS BY STEPHANIE ABOUT SALIERI & MOZART, ENGLAND and ADVENT


Robert Browning

The bedroom of Robert Browning and his wife Elizabeth in Florence. Open 3 afternoons a week. A hidden secret place.

Reading at Kris Waldherr's Art & Words Gallery in Brooklyn

Reading at the Glen Ellyn Bistro Monet in front of a Monet print with Susan of the bistro. Brunch was great!

In the Irish West Country -- photo by Fiona Claire

Writing historical fiction: sometime journal of a New York City novelist

an update after a long silence!

November 9, 2014

Dearest readers and friends!

Forgive my long silence because of intense personal events. Very briefly, I have torn apart my novel about the Brownings after a few gifted writer friends made suggestions on a new direction, and I have rewritten it and need a few more drafts before it goes to my agent...those should not take long. And then I really and truly will finish my Nicholas Cooke trilogy, on which I have so very much. I so wish to be like some friends who write a book every year or two, but alas....no two writing gifts are alike!

Because of personal things (very tragically, the death of my beloved husband) I stopped blogging for a bit but I hope to join up again soon with a few of the wonderful sites for which I wrote. For all of you who sent cards and condolence posts and e-mails, thank you so much.

Fondly, Stephanie

MY FIVE HISTORICAL NOVELS ABOUT ARTISTS, WRITERS, MUSICIANS, ACTORS, 17th CENTURY PHYSICIANS, AND SPIRITUAL SEEKERS

the love story of the young, unknown Claude Monet and his muse Camille Doncieux
Four lovely, musical sisters and one suitor -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The first two novels of a trilogy about a brilliant Elizabethan man who was an actor, physician and priest
the passionate love story between Shakespeare, his patron and Emilia Bassano -- based on the sonnets

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